Tyrone is a Partner based in Leicester and is an expert in Restructuring, a Chartered Accountant and a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner. He is well known and highly regarded across the East Midlands/Midlands business community and has extensive experience in financial restructuring and recovery across various sectors.
01 November 2019
A rather technical corner of the pensions’ world has recently highlighted a more general issue: how far do we need to ‘look behind the curtain’ at what a financial regulator does?
28 October 2019
From the 9 December the FCA are introducing new rules within the Peer to Peer sector regarding the wind down planning and procedures in place. Find out how this may affect you.
James has extensive experience in solvent restructuring, distressed turnaround and formal insolvency, working with directors and stakeholders to deliver effective solutions for businesses in distress, maximising recoveries and protecting the position of his clients.
01 March 2019
In 2008 and thereafter it was the world’s Bank’s who faced significant impairments and losses as a result of their prior irresponsible lending. This necessitated global government intervention to support the banking sector to prevent the failure of leading institutions. A condition of this government support was increased regulation and actions to prevent 'irresponsible' lending by Banks.
30 October 2018
Find out how lenders and directors could be at risk from insolvency changes in this year’s Budget Announcement. For information or advice click here.
Commenting on today's corporate insolvency figures released by the Insolvency Service, Graham Bushby, head of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP said
James is a restructuring specialist with a focus on advising SME’s and their stakeholders. He is experienced in accelerated acquisition and disposals, and performing strategic reviews.
15 March 2018
Construction giant Carillion has gone into liquidation. Its reported 30,000 sub-contractors are likely to receive nothing from the Official Receiver and might now find themselves in financial difficulties. Payments of VAT, payroll taxes and corporation tax must still be made, which can be difficult to fund when an important large customer has failed.