Insolvency Team 3C

Banking & Finance

There is no job too big or too small for our specialist banking and finance professionals. We have a strong track record in providing financial affairs advice to wide variety of businesses and individuals. Previous clients include banks, building societies, finance houses, insolvency and leasing companies; our list is growing each day.

Our specialist team provides comprehensive litigation and conflict resolution support in both commercial and personal matters, across a wide range of services, including:

  • Recovery of secured and unsecured commercial and personal finance
  • Recovery of commercial and personal assets, such as property and stock
  • Consumer and credit disputes
  • Sales and supply of goods
  • Banking and financial fraud
  • Leasing and regulation

We provide a start to finish service, with friendly and expert lawyers to guide you every step of the way. We have settled disputes ranging from £5k to £2m and can handle a wide range of cases, with fees to match your needs. Not only do we have competitive rates, we have people who are fully committed to our clients and always have their best interests at heart.

Meet the Banking & Finance team

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Expertise in the motor finance sector with a particular focus on contentious matters. Also known for the strength of its general advisory work as well as its experience advising start-ups and market entrants.

“They offer a bespoke service based on our needs. They understand our business and keep us informed of regulatory changes within our industry.”

Latest News & Blogs

Insolvency-brexit-blog
17
Jan
2017

The method in which the UK shall implement its ‘Brexit strategy’ has been regarded as a major factor in determining the future viability of many UK businesses.

PAP update
12
Dec
2016

The draft Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims (PAP) was put out for consultation over two years ago and it would be safe to say that it caused significant concern in the credit industry. On Friday, the CPRC met and delivered these following findings.

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