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Welcome to Insolvency practitioners

Insolvency practitioners need a legal service which is prompt, reliable and can provide them with commercially-focused advice in tight timescales.

Working under significant cost and time pressures calls for a calm, decisive approach from legal professionals who know the sector well and can deliver their advice backed up by the weight of experience.

Ward Hadaway’s expert team has a long track record of working with insolvency practitioners across a range of different transactions, including complex and challenging scenarios.

The core part of our insolvency and corporate recovery practice rests in advising insolvency practitioners so you can be assured of a service that is focused on your needs.

Our large, experienced team means that instant expert advice is always available and resources can be committed quickly to your appointment.

We have extensive experience in managing pre-packs and the different stakeholders involved in such a process.

We are keen to pursue claims against directors and third parties, if necessary on a speculative basis where there is a scarcity of assets.

Our close relationship with key creditors can help in ensuring your appointment and in agreeing strategy.

To find out more about how we can help you, please get in touch.

Independent Verdict

  • "Well-regarded team with expertise on both corporate and personal insolvency cases. Advises insolvency practitioners on a range of matters including asset recovery and realisations."

    Chambers & Partners

  • "They are prepared to listen to what the client wants and they meet their needs."

    Client quote, Chambers & Partners

  • "They have a big team around them so they can cope with the specialist jobs."

    Client quote, Chambers & Partners

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Insolvency practitioners briefings, observation and comment

Government presses on with its Apprenticeship Levy plans

posted: October, 2016

In line with its commitment to implement new apprenticeship arrangements from next May, a raft of documentation was published on 25 October 2016 on GOV.UK. Publications from the Department for Education (DfE) and the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) set out in considerable detail how levy and apprenticeship training will interact as the Government looks to drive up both quality and quantity in apprenticeships.

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