Providing expert business advice on company rescue, restructuring and insolvency 

Trading in difficult circumstances can result in a wealth of problems, impacting on both creditors and directors. Often companies continue to trade in financial circumstances that could give rise to potential personal liability for the company’s officers as well as possibly exposing creditors and other stakeholders to greater losses.

At PCR we believe in avoiding formal insolvency proceedings where possible and provide, where appropriate, clear advice on trading out of difficult circumstances by eliciting support from stakeholders in financial restructuring.

Sometimes formal insolvency processes cannot be avoided and in these circumstances PCR provide assistance in the full range of insolvency processes carried out under UK legislation.

We have offices in Uxbridge, Newcastle, London, Bristol and Sussex with additional representatives in Hertfordshire with clients coming to us from all over the UK.

Start-Up Support & Finance

PCR's Advisory arm assists businesses from start up advice to ongoing financial management.
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Case Studies

  • “Lee proved yet again that he was able to profitably manage the business, and craft a sale that provided value for stakeholders in what was a commercially and technically difficult situation.” Stewart Perry – Clyde & Co      Read This Case Study ››

  • “We felt a great deal of relief when we instructed PCR as we assumed it was the end of the road for our business. PCR recommended some tough measures but the results speak for themselves.” Finance Director      Read This Case Study ››

  • “PCR having the foresight to involve us early on allowed us to assist them in maximising realisations.” Quantity Surveyor      Read This Case Study ››

PCR News Blog

  • PCR Sailing Day 2018

    On Thursday 6th September 2018, PCR took to the seas for a day of sailing along the Solent from Port Hamble Marina. Teams of 8 were assembled for each of the two Beneteau 40 yachts for the day. After a rather pleasant…
  • Seminar - Should you buy a business from Insolvency?

    On Thursday 25th October 2018, PCR will be holding a joint seminar with Heald Solicitors in Milton Keynes about the advantages of purchasing a solvent and insolvent business. We will also be discussing some of the…
  • Conspicuous warning signs that your company is on the road to insolvency

    The early bird catches the worm! At PCR, one of the most important messages we try to project to business owners and company directors is to seek professional and regulated advice early in the event of any cashflow…
  • Danny Allen now Partner at PCR

    We are pleased to announce that Danny Allen, Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, has become Partner at PCR with effect from 1 July 2018. Danny, who has been in the industry for 18 years, has a wide range of experience in…
  • Business Insolvencies expected to rise in 2018

    At the back end of last year, PCR reported on the rise of Corporate Insolvencies, citing several factors as possible contributors. This included rising business rates, an increase in inflation, the weaker pound and a…

Civil & Commercial Mediation

MEDIATION SAVES MONEY

Save time and legal costs with expert dispute resolution. PCR deliver cost-effective answers to issues holding back your business.

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Insolvency Claims

INSOLVENT CUSTOMER? 

If your business is facing losses from a customer becoming insolvent, we can protect your interests and ensure fair treatment of your claim.

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Business Advisory

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From start up business plan, to funding, to management and exit strategies, PCR help you achieve your goals.

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