Who we help
That's why we're here
As a dedicated professional, we appreciate you’re always looking out for your clients. Professional advisors connect with people who are confronted with financial problems every day. In those moments, advisors need credible and helpful answers to insolvency challenges, as and when they happen. We know that advisors are expected to promptly ‘zone in’ on the crux of a technical question or quandary, relevant to a client’s circumstances. We know advisors are expected to have ‘the big picture’ and traverse the series of questions that flow: as one question is answered, another is uncovered. We know the perturbed, emotionally charged energy that can sometimes flow between client and advisor as each party look to each other in search for answers and understanding.
Together, we’ll unpack client situations with you, together with your client, or directly with your client.
We’ll show how to future-proof and add value to your client relationships.
By sharing our knowledge, we aim to remove the mess of stress from misconceptions and lack of understanding.
Solving the right problems at the right time can be the difference between a business surviving or failing.
Our people know how to turn a business around and straighten out a deteriorating personal financial situation, who understand insolvency at the deepest level and are always keen to find the right answers. But importantly, our people have the care factor for those affected by the insolvency situation.
Continue to drive economic sustainability and growth. Protect jobs, support businesses, stakeholders, and landlords. Keep contributing to industry and community.
When we can help
Insolvency sets up large practical and emotional hurdles to those facing the challenge for the first time. This is true of the professional advisor guiding their client, it’s true for the director facing the loss of a company and it’s true for each individual contemplating the possible loss of much that they have worked long and hard for.
The insolvent client’s level of dependence on their professional advisor is often both misunderstood and understated. It is the client’s accountant or solicitor, or perhaps both working together, who commonly has the onerous task of discovering and demonstrating the true financial position. Frequently they must persuade the client that specialist insolvency help is necessary, and it is they who must find and nominate a suitable insolvency practitioner who they trust to work with.
6 client questions to uncover business distress
The Worrells Guide
Our Guides to Insolvency are not intended to be read from cover to cover.
It’s here as a reference to get the answers when particular questions arise either to support the decision-making process, get the reassurance your client needs, or to empower different outcomes during the course of an administration.
Each topic is set out in a question and answer format and is explained in non technical terms, yet has sufficient detail to allow advisors to gain a broad understanding of insolvency concepts and practice.
When, ultimately, it’s determined the client needs to engage Worrells to assist them, we always find Worrells to be the right balance of doing their job independently and objectively, but still treating the client with respect, care, and consideration. We highly recommend Worrells and we are happy (despite the unhappy circumstances) to refer our clients to Worrells when they need the insolvency experts to navigate out of financial stress.
We speak with people and their advisors every day. We do this as complimentary and without expectation.
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