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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Charity Bowls Event

East Anglia's leading business rescue and insolvency specialists McTear Williams & Wood Limited have raised £2,160 for Amber’s Army at its popular 13t... Read more

Charity financial concerns prompt call for trustees to step up

Access to accurate financial information and the right advice is key to charities' ability to weather the current economic storm, insolvency expert wa... Read more

MWW Multimedia Quiz Events

Mike Jenner, Head of Investigations at McTear Williams & Wood has successfully pulled another two MWW quiz events out of the bag. The first of these... Read more

Local firms at high risk of going bust next year, experts warn

More local businesses are at risk of going bust next year due to a high level of firms in distress and pent-up demand in insolvencies being filed.&nbs... Read more

Haverhill owned firm in liquidation after energy bills neared £15k a month

A third-generation family run firm has gone into liquiation after is energy bills nearer £15,000 per month. Taylormade Castings, a foundry in Stoke o... Read more

Surge in hospitality insolvencies is 'unsurprising' say Suffolk bosses

The recent surge in hospitality insolvencies is 'unsurprising' say Suffolk bosses.   Jo Watts from East Anglian insolvency experts McT... Read more

Club announces closure after struggling with Wetherspoon competition

A Norfolk club has closed after struggling with the impact of the smoking ban and the opening of a nearby Wetherspoon pub. The Downham Market Club wh... Read more

Questions over Pontins development after three firms fail in nine months

An investigation by this newspaper has revealed concerns over the future of a multi-million pound property development of nearly 300 homes following t... Read more

Nanna Mexico close in Norwich owing £18,000 to charity

Mexican restaurant Nanna Mexico has closed in Norwich city centre after the company filed for liquidation. The independent brand had sites in Norwich... Read more

Anger as brothers whose firm went bust owing millions are back in business

A pair of brothers who paid themselves hundreds of thousands of pounds while their building firm went bust leaving suppliers owed millions are back in... Read more

Mental health hospital owed £2m to staff and creditors when it shut

A mental health hospital owned by a millionaire Norfolk landowner will leave the taxpayer to pick up the tab for £125,000 owing to nursing staff - but... Read more

Mental health hospital shuts after inspectors ban new patients

A mental health hospital has shut after inspectors barred it from taking new patients amid a string of safety concerns.  Milestones Hospital in C... Read more