August 2017

Contentious Insolvency

It is an unfortunate reality that businesses and individuals can suffer often significant losses due to fraud, dishonesty or negligence. Increasingly this activity takes place in a global context facilitated by sophisticated technological connectivity and the ability of perpetrators to conceal assets in overseas jurisdictions. Our Contentious Insolvency Team specialises in pursuing recoveries in such situations. It offers the speed of action and experience that are essential in these cases.

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A 'healthcheck for your business

Is your business in the best possible shape?  Are you making the most of the opportunities available to you? Here are five things to think about:

1. Review your business plan

Your business plan (assuming you have one) should be a living plan, reviewed on a regular basis and not just written when you first started your business and then quietly put in a drawer. If you haven’t even got a plan, now’s the time to prepare one.