is a firm of licensed insolvency practitioners and business rescue specialists with firm links in your local business community. We assist individuals and directors in all aspects of business rescue, personal financial difficulties and financial restructuring and recovery. Where possible, we always aim to give individuals and companies a
was established in 2000 with the merger of two businesses - an insolvency practice and a finance brokerage. Originally trading in the south east of England, the firm quickly grew and in 2008 merged with another corporate recovery business. Although concentrating in the field of business and personal recovery and reconstruction,
All our practitioners are licensed by the ICAEW and MBI is a member of the Association of Business Recovery Professionals [“R3”].
Timely and effective advice, particularly where a business has suffered a bad debt or lost a major customer, will often provide the route back to sustainable profitability. Some times that route appears to be hidden in an impenetrable maze.
Our expertise comes under three main headings: client protection, improvement of cash flow, and implementation of recovery strategy. Our aim is to ensure that the right advice is given without delay. If the difficulties are too great and the business must cease, we will tell you and provide you with the appropriate recommendations to ensure that the actions you take thereafter will avoid personal criticism. Realism and pragmatism remain our watchwords.
We are specialists in reconstruction and rescue and all formal insolvency procedures for the vibrant SME market. We offer
Our client focus is on business people running enterprises which are experiencing trading difficulties and are in need of professional
. Our aim is to protect the client and ensure that the right tools are provided to ensure survival and a return to profitability.
"We set up MBI to offer a fresh financial start for individuals and businesses with problems. We achieve this by straight talking, and never losing sight of the realities of today's financial environment"
This supplier of materials to the building trade had enjoyed over 40 years of steady growth and had built up an excellent reputation in the North East of England. Unfortunately, large losses in a venture into house-building had endangered the core business. MBI were called in by the company's auditors to review the options. With MBI Coakley's