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Get the facts on your debt and cashflow problems – from HMRC to trade creditor pressure – in an expert call with our licensed insolvency practitioners.

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Find out if your business can be saved

Most companies struggle for cashflow at some point.   Many company directors understand what’s necessary for success – but what should you do when enterprise grows too rapidly or you start to lose sales or market share?

McTear Williams & Wood offers a comprehensive business review and recovery service. With our team of financial and accounting experts we can help you understand how to get your business back on track.

How can McTear Williams & Wood help your business recover?

  • Full review and analysis of your current situation – understand what’s working in your business right now – and what’s causing your problems.
  • Interim managerial support – our financial and accounting experts can step into your operations to help you create a strategy for future change.
  • Immediate cost reduction and cashflow preservation – we help you execute a plan to save money rapidly throughout your business operations.
  • Create a structure for the future – concentrate on the functions of your business that will propel you towards profitability and stability.
  • Access to emergency finance and additional credit – with a recovery plan you’ll be able to apply for finance to help your business get back on track.

Jo Watts


Jo trained as a chartered accountant and qualified in 2002 doing accounts preparation, audits including for charities. She then joined McTear Williams & Wood on secondment in 2009 and decided to make a career as a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner.

Jo specialises in administrations including pre-packs and trading administrations and is involved in  forensic recovery work. Acts as an Insolvency Practitioner in all forms of corporate insolvency including administrations, pre-packs, liquidations and company voluntary arrangements, individual voluntary arrangements and bankruptcies.

Jo qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2002 and Licensed Insolvency Practitioner since 2019 and was appointed Director in 2024.

It's never too early to talk

Don’t be nervous talking to an insolvency practitioner, if you’re worried you might be losing control contact us early, there’s more scope when people call us early as we’re able to offer turnaround possibilities.  We have over 20 years’ experience working as a leading business rescue and insolvency expert in the South East. 

Act now for the best outcome – you have more options than you realise and with our help you can restructure and focus on your future.  Contact one of our professional experts today. 

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