Members Voluntary Liquidation
A Liquidation of a solvent business, to allow for a capital distribution of funds, gaining entrepreneurs relief.
Creditors Voluntary Liquidation
A liquidation of an insolvent business, by voluntarily instruction of the director/s.
Winding Up Petitions
Dismiss or adjourn a winding up petition in order to buy time or voluntary liquidate.
A court driven insolvency process, offering protection from creditors in order to achieve a rescue and/or better returns to creditors.
Pre Pack Administration
A packaged sale of an insolvent business through the administration process, allowing complete continuity of trade.
Company Voluntary Arrangement
A rescue procedure allowing protection from creditors whilst trading continues and debts are paid over time.
The solution to personal debt issues, through our review of IVA, Bankruptcy and Informal settlements.
We are a fully licensed Insolvency Practice providing specialist support to businesses across the UK.
As Insolvency Practitioners we are here to help businesses that are facing financial difficulties. Whether you require advice on insolvency or liquidation support, our trusted team of highly experienced and qualified professionals are here to help you navigate through what can be an extremely complex and challenging times.
It is fundamental that you choose the most appropriate pathway to suit your business. We offer a range of services to help our clients achieve the best possible outcome, depending on their circumstances. Our expertise covers all areas of insolvency, including insolvent liquidation (CVL), solvent liquidation (MVL), business recovery advice, winding up petition advice and administration. The team at Bridge Newland come equipped with the essential knowledge and experience to provide you with practical solutions and advice to help you overcome your financial challenges.
Do you need insolvency support or liquidation advice? Contact the experts at Bridge Newland.
A bespoke approach, tailored to your circumstances
At Bridge Newland, we understand that every individual and business is unique, which is why we offer tailored solutions to meet the specific needs and circumstances of each client. Whether you need assistance with debt management, restructuring, recovery, or closing your business, we are here to help.
We also work with a network of specialist partners who can provide clients with the likes of finance, factoring, invoice discounting, asset valuations and sales, accountancy and legal services.
Personal, expert advice from a friendly team
We recognise that facing insolvency or any form of financial challenge can be an incredibly stressful and emotional time. We also appreciate the decisions you make during this complex time can have a significant impact on your future, as well as your business – and in many cases, others. That is why our focus is shaped around providing you with the information, guidance and support you need to make informed decisions, that you feel confident making.
Honest and transparent communication
Our team at Bridge Newland is committed to transparent, honest and open communication. We believe that clear two-way communication is essential to building trust and developing effective solutions. We will go above and beyond to answer any questions or concerns you might have while working closely with you throughout the entire process. Keeping our clients fully informed and comfortable with the decisions being made is always a priority at Bridge Newland.
Free initial advice
Getting in touch with the team at Bridge Newland sooner rather than later could be the difference between you being able to turn your business around or needing to close it.
All initial advice is free of charge and can be given by phone or via a virtual meeting. While our head office is based in Rugby, all of our Insolvency Practitioners work remotely, which means we can support businesses and individuals across the country.
At Bridge Newland, we are committed to working closely with you to achieve the best possible outcome for you, whether that be through restructuring, recovery or closure. Our team of professionals are trained to spot the early warning signs of insolvency and will explain all options to clients, before providing expert advice on the steps they should take to achieve business recovery.
Contact Bridge Newland
If you are facing financial difficulties or would like to hear more about any of the services we offer, then please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team of Insolvency Practitioners today for no-obligation advice.
As a small practice, we pride ourselves on being able to offer a high-quality service at a competitive price. We are here to help you, every step of the way, so you can move forward with confidence.
Call our freephone number on 0800 612 6197.
Why Choose Us?
- Our personal & discreet style due to our own experience of debt.
- Fully qualified & specialist staff.
- Regulated by the Insolvency Practitioners Association.
- Commercial and realistic approach to sales.
- Our low fees due to our smaller family setup.
- Members of the Association of Business Recovery Professionals.
Meet Our Professional & Friendly Insolvency Team
Ben Robson MIPA FMAAT MABRP
Insolvency Practitioner / Director
A licensed insolvency practitioner who specialises in pre-packs, company liquidations & general turnaround
Insolvency Case Manager
With over 35 years experience in insolvency, Kym is responsible for all day-to-day case management, together with assisting with compliance and training.
Trainee Insolvency Manager
A trainee insolvency manager, responsible for case and office administration together with secretarial duties.
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