James has considerable experience advising clients in financial distress, having guided stakeholders through successful restructuring assignments on both a solvent and insolvent basis.
He has worked with both corporate and not-for-profit organisations across a broad spectrum of sectors and has acted as an advisor for a number of secured lenders, undertaking cash flow monitoring, due diligence and business review assignments.
James has led many complex administration assignments including appointments over a group of construction specialists, a prop production company and a carbon composites manufacturer supplying the motor sports and aerospace industries.
Following the administration and successful sale of a technology business, James was invited to contribute to an article in the ‘Recovery’ magazine regarding the merits of the ‘Pre-Pack Pool’.
James advises stakeholders in relation to winding down operations and placing corporate vehicles into voluntary liquidation (either solvent or insolvent) and has acted as the supervisor on various Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs).
He is a Chartered Accountant, a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner and has a BA (Hons) in Business Studies.