Things that go bump in the night


14 September, 2021

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm BST


Things that go bump in the night

Location: Virtual

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  • Duration

    1 hour

Join this webinar to hear from Martin Williamson, an independent Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, who will cover the main forms of Corporate Insolvency and discuss the warning signs to help you and your clients avoid becoming a victim of non-payment.

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Professional development

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Duration:1 hour
Access:This is a live event. You will receive information about the location, materials, and attendance after purchasing.

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Programme outline

Martin will discuss the mechanisms for corporate insolvency and go on to discuss how these affect your ability to recover debts (or not). He will also discuss the common warning signs and provide practical tips on how to spot them at an early stage.

Learning outcomes:

  • Types of corporate insolvency
  • Tips on spotting warning signs
  • How a formal corporate insolvency will affect your ability to recover debts

Speaker details:

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After having specialised in insolvency and business recovery work since 1986 (including 11 years with two of the “Big Four” accountancy practices), I formed my own independent insolvency and business recovery practice, based in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire in July 2002. I specialise in corporates and businesses up to a turnover of £5 million but do occasionally go bigger!

I also further specialise in Business Growth consulting and strategy planning and implementation for the SME sector as well as providing coaching and mentoring training for SME owners.

I have dealt with the smallest of companies and individuals up to large corporate restructuring, with all sizes of cases in between. This also includes running and selling businesses, constructing and negotiating deals or investigating and advising on the viability of a business and its restructuring.