At a time when financial organisations, businesses and firms of professional advisers are increasingly moving towards larger and more impersonal national and international structures, SWBR look to redress the balance by providing friendly local expert advice to businesses large and small.
SWBR are headed up by three insolvency practitioners, two of whom are also qualified solicitors. This enables us to review many more aspects of a business when considering an overall solution to the problems it finds itself in. These might arise from cashflow problems caused by non-payment by customers in breach of contract, difficulties with landlords or distraint levied by HMRC.
No other firm of insolvency practitioners we are aware of can offer this range of experience nationally or otherwise. As a boutique firm, we are also able to remain closely involved with a procedure at a high level, at all of its stages and in all of its aspects rather than work being undertaken remotely by unconnected teams of individuals.
The majority of people we are asked to help are recommended to us by their own professional advisers with whom we work closely. This has the advantage of enabling us to become involved at an earlier stage when the prospect of avoiding a formal terminal insolvency procedure is more likely. We are also, however, more than happy to speak to business owners directly and will provide initial advice without charge prior to formal engagement.