Regional insolvency practice features on latest business podcast

Andrew McTear co-founder of regional insolvency practice McTear Williams & Wood appeared on ‘The Street Sessions’.

As insolvencies continue to rise amid uncertainties after COVID and an unsteady economy, insolvency expert Andrew McTear of McTear Williams & Wood recently appeared as a guest speaker on the business podcast ‘The Streets Sessions’.

“It was a fantastic to be apart of,” says Andrew, “It’s not often you get a chance to share your knowledge of the industry in this way so I was very pleased to be able to sit down with James Pinchbeck, Marketing Partner at Streets to discuss the uncertain economy, what owners and directors need to consider and how to manage a business that may be struggling in the face of insolvency.”

The Street Sessions is a business podcast created by the Streets Chartered Accountants, where host James Pinchbeck speaks to the best minds in the business world to uncover the secrets to their success and what the most pressing issues are for the industry and the economy as a whole.

Andrew McTear has many years of experience in the industry, and understands the unique circumstances that a business might face in times of hardship and offers his advice and knowledge on how individuals and organisations should approach this.

“Although it may be a difficult subject to broach, especially with many huge businesses entering administration in recent years, such as Wilko and Debenhams, it’s important to understand that in many cases the team and I at McTear Williams & Wood are able to save a company facing the prospect of insolvency.”

You can hear Andrew on episode 54 of the podcast right here:
Business insolvencies are on the rise – how to manage your exposure by The Streets Sessions (spotify.com)

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