During formal corporate and personal insolvency appointments office holders have a duty to investigate if assets have gone missing and what claims and potential recoveries can be made. The good news is that insolvency practitioners have extensive powers to investigate and carry out forensic accountancy of the insolvent company or individual's affairs. The bad news is that very few insolvency practitioners focus in this area.
Our specialist team of highly experienced experts focus on complex contentious insolvency and fraud investigations, including in multiple jurisdictions and in the right cases work on a no win no fee basis. Unlike many of our competitors we put our money where our mouth is.
If you are a creditor or professional advisor concerned that the directors of an insolvent company or the debtor have walked off with the assets and no one seems to be doing anything about it then McTear Williams & Wood is the answer.
If you are not satisfied that an existing insolvency office holder is taking your concerns seriously or is not pursuing what you think are viable claims it may be possible to appoint us in their place.
McTear Williams & Wood is a UK market leader in this field and at any time you can contact our specialist investigations team on 0800 331 7417 for advice and guidance or to arrange a confidential consultation.
See below some specific areas providing further detail about the services we can provide - click on the sections to access the detail.
Our UK market leading specialist team of experts focus on contentious insolvency and fraud investigations. We can investigate transactions undertaken by the company or individual in the period leading up to its financial distress. Read more
If you are a creditor of an insolvent company or individual and think that claims should be brought against the directors or the debtor our team can help investigate your concerns and vigorously pursue viable claims. Read more
As office holders of insolvent companies we are regularly instructing solicitors and Counsel to bring insolvency investigation claims in Court. Read more
The company was part of a larger Group of companies whose main customers were employment agencies that referred personnel to the Group. MWW brought about misfeasance/breach of duty, transactions at an undervalue and preferences claims. Read more