Our Corporate Recovery team provide a full recovery and insolvency service to banks, finance companies, venture capitalists and insolvency practitioners. They also advise corporates about their duties to their shareholders during difficult trading conditions.
We advise on the preservation and realisation of assets as well as possible turnaround solutions for businesses in distress either inside or outside of a formal insolvency process. We also advise on moratoria with creditors, debt restructuring options, informal arrangements and work-outs. Our responsive and commercial approach means we will do our utmost to make the experience as straightforward as possible.
Our specialist Complex Litigation team has extensive experience in the areas of pursuing from fraudulent misfesant insolvency practitioners, missing trader, VAT and carousel fraud. The team acts in connection with the tracking and freezing of assets in multi-jurisdictions and works closely with investigators and accountants in such matters.
19th March 2013
Top 50 national law firm, Gateley has added weight to its Manchester corporate recovery team with the appointment of three new lawyers.
28th January 2013
7th November 2012
23rd October 2012
“This well-established practice has an excellent reputation and is cited by sources as one of the teams I choose to use because of its quality. Clients are also pleased that you know there is a depth of experience in working with the team. We have an underlying confidence in them. They make life easy for the client, they are commercially minded and proactive. You explain problems and they bring solutions. They are very good value for money”
Chambers UK 2013
“Their response times are consistently excellent and the team is noted for its strength in depth”
Legal 500 2012
“They are very commercial in the mould of being good lawyers who get business deals done. They are exceptionally proactive and good value for money”
Chambers UK 2012
“We have a long-standing relationship with the firm and have worked together successfully on a wide variety of insolvency and restructuring assignments across many sectors”
Blair Nimmo, KPMG