Expert help and advice for your limited company when you need it the most

While no one embarks on their business journey with the intention of it failing, regrettably, numerous enterprises may encounter financial challenges at some stage.

It’s crucial to bear in mind that facing financial or operational issues within your limited company doesn’t automatically imply that your business is beyond salvation.

Even though finding a way forward might seem challenging, there exists a range of rescue and recovery options that could assist you in managing your business debts. This might involve negotiating with creditors for more favourable payment terms, safeguarding your company from ongoing or potential legal action, or providing you with the time and space to restructure your company for a return to profitability.

This process can be facilitated under the guidance of a licensed insolvency practitioner who will evaluate your company’s current position and implement a robust yet flexible plan to help you navigate the challenges you face.


However, for some companies, their issues may have pushed the business beyond the point of rescue. In such cases, it is crucial to wind down the business in an orderly manner through a formal liquidation process.

As the director of an insolvent company, you bear a legal duty to safeguard the interests of your creditors and ensure that your actions do not lead to additional financial losses for them. By seeking assistance from a licensed insolvency practitioner, we can guarantee that your company’s affairs are concluded in line with these legal obligations, and the business is shut down in an orderly fashion.

At Vanguard Insolvency, our licensed practitioners converse with directors of limited companies, such as yourself, daily. We can assist you in comprehending your options and devising a plan for the way forward.

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David Jackson MD
Senior Partner at Vanguard Insolvency Practitioners | Website

I am an insolvency professional with a distinguished career specialising in commercial insolvency, adeptly navigating Creditors Voluntary Liquidation, Company Voluntary Arrangements, and Company Administrations. With a comprehensive understanding of insolvency laws and an unwavering commitment to ethical practices.