Contentious insolvency

We work with legal teams in assets tracing, recovery of book debts through court proceedings, recovering loans from directors and third parties and utilising the full range of Insolvency Act powers.

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Working with solicitors and barristers

As office holders of insolvent companies we regularly instruct solicitors and barristers to assist us to bring claims mostly in the High Court in London for:

  • Preference payments.

  • Transactions at an undervalue.

  • Transactions.

  • Defrauding creditors.

  • Wrongful trading.

  • Fraudulent trading.

  • Director misconduct.

  • Claims against former officers.

  • Protection of assets.

  • Asset recovery.

Essentially we work with legal teams in asset tracing, recovery of book debts through court proceedings, recovering loans from directors and third parties and utilising the full range of Insolvency Act powers.  

If you and your legal firm offers these services please speak to our specialist investigation team today.

Mike Jenner

Director & Head of Investigations

Mike is a Director and fraud investigator heading up the investigations team specialising in all aspects of contentious insolvency as well as protecting the interests of creditors of insolvent companies and individuals.

A Certified Fraud Examiner with over 35 years’ experience in investigative insolvency who works closely with solicitors and barristers at all stages of litigation from pre-issues of proceedings to trial.   Highly experienced in all aspects of asset tracing and recovery, civil litigation, settlement negotiation, investigative interviewing, fraud investigation, anti-money laundering, directors’ disqualification and prosecution and has sector experience in payroll fraud.

Awarded Certified Fraud Examiner status by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners in 2002 and is a member of the Fraud Advisory Panel.

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