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New Licensed Insolvency Practitioner for Hart Shaw

Hart Shaw Chartered Accountants & Business Advisers has added to its number of Licensed Insolvency Practitioners in its

Christopher Brown, Business Recovery & Insolvency Partner congratulating Hart Shaw's new Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, Emma Legdon.

Christopher Brown, Business Recovery & Insolvency Partner congratulating Hart Shaw’s new Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, Emma Legdon.

Business Recovery & Insolvency Department.

Emma Legdon, who has been with the firm since 1994, qualified as an Insolvency Practitioner in 2011 and has now obtained her license, joining Senior Partner Andrew Maybery and Business Recovery & Insolvency Partner Christopher Brown as licensed Insolvency Practitioners within the firm.

Emma comments: “I am delighted to have obtained my license to become the first female Insolvency Practitioner at Hart Shaw.

“With an increasing number of businesses and individuals experiencing financial difficulty in the region, having an extra Insolvency Practitioner at Hart Shaw means we are able to provide more help to people in their time of need.

“We encourage anyone who is experiencing financial distress, either personally or via the businesses that they own and run, to seek professional advice as early as possible as this will increase the options available to them.”

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Welcome to Hart Shaw’s Business Recovery & Insolvency blog!

Welcome to the new Business Recovery & Insolvency blog of Hart Shaw.

The purpose of this blog is to shed some light on how underperforming businesses can identify issues and take steps to ensure business survival and long term growth.

It is probably fair to say that. in general, business people have a negative impression of Insolvency Practitioners. That if you go to see one, liquidation and the end of your business is inevitable. However, this really isn’t the case.

A recent review of all Hart Shaw’s company insolvency appointments during the last 10 years showed that in 55% of cases the copmany’s business survived and in only 45% of cases did the business cease for good.

We hope you find our blof og interest and we welcome your feedback.