As the UK’s largest business rescue and recovery company, we are perfectly placed to help you and your business navigate even the most trying of circumstances. We have over 70 offices up and down the country, as well as a number of shared office locations in key areas of the UK, including Cockermouth. Led by licensed insolvency practitioner, Jason Greenhalgh, the team can provide expert help and guidance across the range of business rescue, recovery, and restructuring methods out there, as well as advising on closure options should your business be beyond saving.
Regardless of the situation your company finds itself in taking swift, professional advice is paramount to protecting both your business and also you as an individual. Serving Cockermouth, Workington, Whitehaven and the wider area, Jason and his team can offer you a free no-obligation consultation at the Cockermouth office or any of our other locations across the North West, including Preston and Manchester. During this meeting you can learn more about the options available and start to devise a workable plan of action to take you forward.
2nd Thoughts Ltd, trading as Ellie Louise and Happit, was sold by our Leeds team after this long established chain fell victim to the retail sector downturn. Moving quickly they secured a buyer three …Read more →
The Company had relationships with some national house builders as well as smaller Companies. They had experienced cash flow issues due to slow paying debtors and this meant that they had fallen beh…Read more →
The Brexit deal has provided welcome relief from uncertainty for many UK businesses, but for manufacturers in the Midlands it is a crucial boost to confidence. This is a major sector in the area and would have been badly affected by a ‘no deal’, so what dRead more →
Specialist tour operator and travel agency Tucan Limited has ceased trading with the immediate loss of nine jobs. The company filed a notice of intention to appoint Gareth Prince, Mark Malone and Joan…Read more →
The latest Red Flag Alert research for Q4 2020 has recorded 630,000 businesses in ‘significant distress1’ after the largest numerical quarterly leap (73,000) in financially distressed companies since Q2 2017. This 13% increase (from 557,000 in Q3 2020) coRead more →