Join Nick Reed and Martin Barron, partners at Begbies Traynor, to explore key issues they have dealt with over the last few years regarding financial challenges and distress in law firms.
Nick joined BTG in 2013 after 28 years at PwC. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant and holds an appointment taking Insolvency Licence.
During his career Nick has been involved in a wide range of both restructuring and formal insolvency appointments. This has included working with professional services firms and has active cases in this area.In recent years Nick has also focused and acted as insolvency practitioner in various cases which has involved investigating tax evasion and the use of tax avoidance schemes.Areas of Expertise• Insolvency• Restructuring• Investigations
Martin joined BTG in 2019 after 20 years at Deloitte and Grant Thornton. He is a qualified accountant and holds a non-appointment taking Insolvency Licence. Earlier in his career Martin spent 18 months on secondment to an outsourced accounting service provider.
Within BTG Martin’s key focus is restructuring, turnarounds and refinance, seeking to identify those options that can be delivered outside insolvency.Martin specialises in advising businesses and their stakeholders as they find their way through the impacts of refinancing challenges linked to facility maturity, financial underperformance or more formal strategic activity to support growth and capital withdrawal. In all aspects of his work a key focus has been on the review, critical appraisal and, where necessary, refinement of financial models. As well as providing restructuring and refinancing advice, he has also undertaken corporate reorganisations and business reviews on behalf of lenders.Key skills involve financial assessment, stakeholder management, options assessment and restructuring programme management. He works with a range of lenders and business funders including alternative debt and private equity. Martin also leads work to diligence debt refinancing.
Areas of Expertise• Finance• Restructuring• Debt Advisory• Business planning
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