If you are a creditor of a company that has gone into an insolvency procedure at the very least your own cashflow will have been dented and you are probably facing a bad debt. Larger bad debts can wipe out the profit from many weeks or even months of hard work. Where we have been appointed to act as insolvency practitioners to one of your (former) companies we work hard to minimise your loss and keep you informed about the payments of each case. But if you are concerned about the financial position of a customer and are still trading with them early action/intervention can legally and vastly improve your position. If you would like to know more about how we can help please contact us.
In this section of our website we provide information on the insolvency appointments we take and other information that may assist you.
To improve communications and reduce costs creditor/shareholder reports and other documents are published below. As a creditor you will have received written notification of a login and password which provides access to reports and other information.
Click here you will be taken directly to a login page. Please enter your username and password. Once logged in you will be able to view your case specific documents. Please contact us immediately on 01603 877540 should you experience any problems whilst logging in or downloading from this area.
Fees and costs
We do as much as we can to be open and transparent about our fees and the costs associated with all the work we do. Like most professionals our normal basis of charging is on time costs based on charge out rates which vary depending on the grade and experience of individuals involved. We believe that our charge out rates are very competitive and we provide a more personal but otherwise similar level of service to the larger national business rescue and insolvency firms but at around half the price. Click here for further information on fees and costs.
Statutory forms and downloads
As a creditor you may need to submit a proof of debt form. Usually we will have sent you one in the post but if you have misplaced this you can download a form below and just write in the name of the company, partnership or individual insolvency that you wish to claim in. If you wish to submit a retention of title claim there is also a form for this click here for the forms.
Other statutory and regulatory information
Insolvency is a highly regulated field of activity and there is all sorts of information that we are required to provide to people who deal with us. Most of this is quite technical in nature. Click here for more information.