Business support and insolvency

Boyes Turner’s has one of the leading teams of insolvency lawyers outside of London.

Boyes Turner’s business support and insolvency team is consistently ranked Band 1 by Chambers UK
and the Legal 500 and was named as Insolvency Law Firm of The Year (seven office locations or
less) at the Insolvency & Rescue Awards 2014.

Much of the team’s work is for Licensed Insolvency Practitioners on the full range of insolvency assignments, from liquidations, administrators and receiverships, to voluntary arrangements and bankruptcies. The team undertakes both contentious work (such as asset tracing and recovery, setting aside antecedent transactions, and investigations into directors’ misconduct) and noncontentious work (such as the sale of businesses, disclaimer of assets, and company restorations). Clients include BDO, Grant Thornton, KPMG, Begbies Traynor, Kingston Smith & Partners and Quantuma.

The team also provides advice on insolvency law and practice to banks, investors, directors, creditors and a wide range of other stakeholders, and is well known for its direct, cost-effective and innovative approach to finding solutions for any particular client.

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award winning law firm

Boyes Turner are proud to have received the following awards and recognition.

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