Insolvency guides for directors

Welcome to our guides hub. This area is full of free, valuable and insightful information for company directors and partners.

Understanding the role of Licensed Insolvency Practitioners Umbrella.UK Insolvency

Understanding the role of Licensed Insolvency Practitioners

A Licensed Insolvency Practitioner possesses the skills and qualifications required to offer guidance on insolvency matters and represent companies, businesses, and individuals navigating financial difficulties.
Read Guide
How to Effectively Negotiate With Creditors to Avoid Bankruptcy Umbrella.UK Insolvency

How to Effectively Negotiate With Creditors to Avoid Bankruptcy

Effective negotiation with creditors can be a lifeline in such situations, helping you find workable solutions to settle your debts and regain financial stability.
Read Guide
What is a Director’s Personal guarantee

What is a Director’s Personal Guarantee?

As a company director, some lenders, suppliers and landlords may ask you to sign a Personal Guarantee (PG).
Read Guide
CCJ Enforcement Options Umbrella Insolvency

County Court Judgment (CCJ) Enforcement Options

Have you had a CCJ registered against your Company? If so, how do you protect your company from enforcement of that CCJ?
Read Guide
Get Back to Business: A guide to dealing with corporate financial distress

Get Back to Business

A guide from R3 to dealing with corporate financial distress Act early. Seek advice and get back to business.
Read Guide
IR35 Contractor Company Closure MVL

Guide to Avoiding Insolvency

This guide will help you diagnose any financial problems in your company and take action to avoid insolvency before it is too late.
Read Guide
Bounce Back Loans

What is the Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS)

The Bounce Back Loans (BBLS) are loans of up to £50k, 100% backed by the government, with no personal guarantees and quick and easy to apply for.
Read Guide
what is an mvl contractors IR35 umbrella insolvency

What is an MVL?

Depending upon how much cash there is left, using a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) could be the most tax-efficient way to close your company and save you thousands of pounds.
Read Guide
What is a CVL Umbrella Insolvency

What is a CVL?

A CVL is a formal process for voluntarily winding up a company when it is insolvent.
Read Guide
What is a CVA Umbrella Insolvency

What is a CVA?

A Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) is an alternative to liquidating your company allowing it to trade out of its financial difficulties over a specified period of time
Read Guide
What a winding up petition means for your business Umbrella insolvency

What does a Winding Up Petition mean?

Having a winding up petition served against your business doesn’t have to mean the end of the road for your company, but you do need to act quickly.
Read Guide
What is company administration umbrella insolvency

What is Administration?

Administration is a formal procedure in which an Insolvency Practitioner can be appointed to take control of the company’s affairs whilst a plan to rescue, sell or liquidate the company is prepared.
Read Guide
Fee guides umbrella insolvency

Fee Guides

The shareholder and creditor fee guides can be found in our Resources hub.
Read Guide

Get FREE expert company closure or rescue advice today

Call 0800 611 8888 now or request a callback below. All enquiries are strictly confidential.* Click here to see our privacy notice.

    How can we help you?

    *We don’t charge for an initial consultation, but it may lead to an insolvency solution where our pre-appointment costs are reimbursed as part of the fee structure that creditors approve.

    If you are unsure what situation your business is in, don’t worry! Call our confidential expert advisers on 0800 611 8888