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Whether you are a business or individual and consider your financial issues to be large or small, our specialist Insolvency and Recovery team will find a solution for you.

We have experience that covers all business types and sizes, from small, owner managed businesses to national charities. Our experts also have decades of experience assisting individuals with personal debt worries. We offer an initial, free, one hour consultation to understand your financial position before working collaboratively to find a solution.

Contact one of our Insolvency Practitioners or a senior member of the team below to have a chat on the phone or to arrange an appointment in either our Oxford or London offices.

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    Care homes face the increasing risk of insolvency

    15 Nov 2016

    One in eight care homes in the UK are facing the threat of insolvency. Cuts in Government funding – in conjunction with the introduction of the national living wage – has put increasing financial strain on the sector. The long term future for care homes also looks unstable. An increase in demand is set to be met by the £9 living wage target, thus creating an unsustainable situation.


    Pension issues surrounding insolvent companies

    4 Nov 2016

    Today’s papers once again saw Sir Philip Green on the front page as the Pensions Regulator issued enforcement notices to the former BHS CEO in light of the company’s pension deficit. In this article, Shaw Gibbs’ Head of Insolvency and Corporate Recovery, Clive Everitt discusses the issues that arise from pension schemes within insolvent companies.


    Living wage distress

    1 Nov 2016

    Almost 20,000 companies dealing with the impact of the national living wage have been pushed into financial distress since it came into force. Of the companies who set the minimum wage at £7.20 per hour for workers 25 and over, 97,342 are understood to be in a poor financial position. This is an increase of 23% on April 1, the day the living wage was implemented.


    Personal insolvencies jump by a fifth

    31 Oct 2016

    The number of people becoming insolvent across England and Wales increased by a fifth in the third quarter of 2016, with 24,251 personal insolvencies registered between July and September. Over the same period, bankruptcies increased by 7% compared with the second quarter of 2016, with 3,844 new cases recorded.

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