100 Real Life Insolvency Case Studies from KSA Group
Company Rescue website is published by KSA Group. KSA are licensed insolvency and turnaround practitioners. We do this work for real everyday. Our guides are based upon our expert knowledge gained over many years of practical experience.
When we meet clients, banks, HMRC, investors etc we are measured on the quality of our work and our experience: from the initial advice we give on this web site through to initial contact, meetings and reporting to our prospective clients. Once appointed we deliver for the clients we take on.
Many people are obviously worried about the impact of insolvency on their business and what the risks are for restructuring that business. Sometimes people ask us for real case studies to try and learn more about us and our methods, typically they want to read real life turnaround stories to bolster their decision making process.
Other people are researching turnarounds, company rescue case studies and we hope that all can be assisted by the following pages.
We hope the following pages help you to choose us as your advisors – no other firm in the UK can offer such a wide variety of case studies. KSA is involved all day and every day in rescues, turnarounds and closures of insolvent businesses.
Perhaps you will learn from both the successful and not so successful studies that there are many reasons why a company can become insolvent. With appropriate advice and help there are also many options available to get out of that situation. It requires quality advisors, good planning, hard work, realism and determination of management to succeed.
If you want to discuss any of the issues described in the cases please call Iain Campbell or Keith Steven on 0800 9700 539.
These real life insolvency case studies are based on businesses like yours. In many cases we can put you in touch with the directors involved as they're happy to be referees.
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