This webinar explains how restructuring and insolvency procedures can help with financial recovery, and how to seek early advice when experiencing financial distress.
Date & time: 26 Jan 2021 14:00 - 15:00
Location: Online, Online
Miss Kelly Cin Yee Yip
In the current climate, many directors and business owners will unfortunately be facing possible insolvency for the first time. However, failures can be averted if advice is taken early enough.
Importantly, insolvency and restructuring processes do not necessarily mean the end of a business and can often facilitate business rescue, particularly if the advice is taken before cash runs out and there is an opportunity to speak to creditors to agree a restructure of the business. In recent months, there has also been a series of significant temporary and permanent legislative changes to the UK’s insolvency and restructuring framework which will help with business rescue.
This webinar, produced in partnership with R3, the trade association for the insolvency and restructuring profession, provides an overview of the key restructuring and insolvency procedures and how they can help; explains what an insolvency practitioner does, how to tell if someone is qualified and regulated; and provides an opportunity for members in the South West and Wales to ask questions of an insolvency and restructuring expert.
Philip Winterborne, Partner, Temple Bright LLP and R3 South West and Wales Chair
Philip heads the Insolvency and Turnaround team at Temple Bright LLP in Bristol and London. He represents many insolvency practitioners both regionally and nationally on formal insolvency appointments, asset realisation, security issues, pre-packs and other asset disposals.
Philip is also the South West and Wales Chair for R3, the association for the UK’s insolvency and restructuring professionals.
Philip has extensive expertise in insolvency litigation including wrongful trading, misfeasance actions and antecedent transaction litigation and in representing directors facing director disqualification proceedings. He also works with businesses and turnaround specialists to provide restructuring, refinancing and/or turnaround advice and to formulate and implement rescue strategies.
Before joining Osborne Clarke in Bristol, Philip worked for Linklaters in the City. He was a partner at Clarke Willmott for more than five years before joining Temple Bright in 2014.
Philip is individually ranked in the top tier by Chambers UK for Insolvency and is described by the Legal 500 as “a national leader” who is “clever and personable, and gets the job done”.
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