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Businesses for sale

As the East of England’s leading independent insolvency practice, we often are tasked with the sale of companies, businesses and assets. These will be debt free and ready to go often with customers and order books.

If you are looking to purchase a business then why not speak to McTear Williams & Wood about your requirements. If you have an interest in a specific business type or sector then we can contact you when such business and assets come to our attention.

To find out more about this service please call 0800 331 7417 although we do provide some further details below of the current businesses and/or assets currently for sale.

Additionally you can find out more about businesses for sale both from McTear Williams & Wood and other insolvency practitioners at the UK’s leading insolvent business and asset website – this is the UK’s online market place for buyers and sellers of businesses in distress.

Jo Watts


Jo is a Chartered Accountant, qualified Licensed Insolvency Practitioner and Director who currently specialises in administrations including pre-packs and trading administrations and joined McTear Williams & Wood in 2009.

Jo manages both the administration team and the team carrying our detailed forensic recovery work as well as assisting businesses to prepare and interpret financial information, cashflow budgets and forecasts and assesses the viability of businesses in financial difficulty.

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