Just a quick note to say a big thank you to all the staff at KSA, our CVA was passed today by creditors voting in an overwhelming number including HMRC to accept the proposal as prepared by KSA.
The road to reach today’s conclusion has been bumpy, but at each stage your team has supported and guided us through the issues and we have reached a very satisfactory outcome to the benefit of customers, staff, all creditors and shareholders.
Board of Directors
Keith is the author of the content on this site. He is the managing director of KSA Group Ltd - a specialist firm of turnaround practitioners. Keith was nominated for Turnaround Practitioner of the Year 2014 at the National Insolvency and Rescue Awards in 2014.
Eric is a licensed insolvency practitioner regulated and licensed by the Insolvency Practitioners Association. His ethos is always "give the right advice, choose the right options, rescue first if possible." He has many years experience in accounting and insolvency having trained at Touche Ross (Deloitte) and has been involved in turnaround and insolvency since the early 90's.
Wayne is also a licensed insolvency practitioner who is regulated and licensed by the IPA. He has over 18 year's insolvency experience and heads up our London office.
Iain has a degree in Economics from Stirling University. He knows a lot about money, business and economics of course! Iain is an expert in the use of the company voluntary arrangement mechanism, he knows more about this tool than almost anyone else in the UK.
He and his corporate advice team advise clients on their restructure and work with banks, tax creditors, asset lenders and creditors to ensure a consensus approach is achieved on behalf of our clients.
Grant joined KSA Group Limited as the company secretary. He brings with him a wealth of insolvency and turnaround experience. Grant originally qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young. Having qualified as a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, Grant established his own practice in the 80s. He was invited to be head of insolvency at a then top 20 accountancy practice, Morrison Stoneham, which became the first accountancy practice to float.