Debt Recovery (Fast Track)
One of our many specialist areas is bulk debt and asset recovery, which we’re able to offer as a fully comprehensive service. From pre-legal collections to complex litigation, our specialist team has extensive experience and knowledge in the international processes required to manage your collections.
Our membership of the MSI Global Alliance benefits us with excellent legal and accounting expertise via a network of over 250 law and accountancy firms in over 100 countries. So wherever your require assistance, we can provide the most appropriate help globally.
European Debt and Commercial Recoveries Litigation
Sometimes whilst doing business with individuals and companies based overseas it’s unavoidable to become involved in disputes. Whatever dispute issues you face, such as not getting paid, we can advise and help you resolve the situation.
We’ll consider the most cost effective and efficient way, such as suggesting you seek a judgment in your own jurisdiction to be enforced in the UK. If this is the case, we’ll process your application and enforce too, whilst only charging a fixed fee no matter what size the debt.
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Meet our international Debt Recovery specialists
Latest News & Blogs
The latest revision to the Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims (PAP) will come into force on 01 October 2017. The PAP applies to any business claiming payment of a debt from an individual and describes the conduct that the Court will expect from those parties prior to issuing a Claim Form.
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.
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.