A lot of the work we do never hits the headlines because as you would expect from a trusted professional advisor, we maintain strict client confidentiality. However, statute requires that some insolvency work is firmly in the public domain and where we can we like to share our expertise.

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The network that just couldn't wait .....

For some, those first few days of the new year are a chance to ease back in to professional life after the festive break, ready to start with renewed... Read more

Would you take a punt on Easton Bavents home threatened by coastal erosion?

It offers a tranquil rural setting and fantastic views of the north Suffolk coast.  But a chance to buy the clifftop house at Easton Bavents, n... Read more

Struggling firms warned off rogue insolvency practitioners

Andrew McTear, partner at Norwich-based insolvency specialist McTear Williams & Wood, has hit out at the “scourge” of unlicensed insolvency advisors... Read more

McTear Williams & Wood raise £2,400 for charity

McTear Williams & Wood, East Anglia's largest business rescue and insolvency practice, raised £2,400 for charity at its annual bowls tournament. Twel... Read more

McTear Williams & Wood bowls event raises £2,400 for Community First Responders

A dozen teams of professionals from across the region battled for the McTear Williams & Wood Bowls Challenge Trophy at the event, which was held at th... Read more

Technology administration

Cambs-based Bioprogress Technology has appointed Chris McKay and Andrew McTear of McTear Williams & Wood as join administrators.  The compa... Read more

Biotica assets raise £500k in global search for buyers

Administrators for Biotica have trawled 96 companies worldwide to find buyers for the remains of the company.  The result is £500k for creditor... Read more

Creditors to gain from Cambridge biotech sales

The joint administrators of Cambridge-based Biotica Technology have made four major asset sales to raise almost £500,000 that should provide signifi... Read more

DIY stores bought out of liquidation

Retail chief Barry Godfrey has vowed to re-employ 15 staff and restock the Godfrey's DIY businesses in Diss and Stowmarket after buying the stores out... Read more

Norwich based Godfrey DIY heading for liquidation

Norwich-based Godfrey DIY has called in liquidators following a further decline in sales – but there are still hopes that two of its branches may surv... Read more

Biotica goes into administration

Drug discovery company and Cambridge University spin-out, Biotica Technology, has gone into administration.  Based at Chesterford Research... Read more

Norwich based Hubbard Architectural Metalwork Ltd appoints administrators

Metalwork products business Hubbard Architectural Metalwork Ltd today appointed administrators after suffering losses of more than £1m. The designe... Read more