Insolvency - Spotting the Signs
|Event:||Insolvency - Spotting the Signs|
Synopsis and Biogs
• The common reasons why companies end up needing insolvency advice
Rehan Ahmed, Insolvency Director, Kingsland Business Recovery
Rehan graduated from Law School and began working for Blair Endersby in 2005. Over the next four years he helped the company grow exponentially into the largest Personal Insolvency Practice in the country. Rehan’s always had a passion to set up his own business and in 2009, he took the plunge and established KINGSLAND Business Recovery; a decision he does not regret.
Rehan is involved in the operations of the business to ensure everything is running as efficiently and smoothly as possible. This along with his marketing hat keeps Rehan rather busy with dealing with new enquiries and finding new avenues of business.
Having passed the CPI and studying for his JIEB exams, Rehan has the experience and credentials to competently advise directors in varying scenarios and positions.
• Directors Personal Liabilities
Steve Thomas, Ward Hadaway
Steve heads up Ward Hadaway's Corporate Recovery and Insolvency Team in Leeds. He has specialised in Insolvency and Corporate Recovery matters for 18 years and joined the Leeds office of Ward Hadaway at its inception in 2008.
Steve is well known and well regarded within the Yorkshire region and has good working relationships with many Insolvency Practitioners and regularly receives instructions from Insolvency Practitioners, Banks and Financial Institutions.He is known for giving good practical commercial advice and is a member of the Insolvency Lawyers Association, of R3 and a Fellow of The Association of Business Recovery Professionals.
Steve is also an Accredited Mediator in civil disputes, accredited by the Centre of Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR). In this role, he specialises in mediating in corporate and personal insolvency matters.
• How you can help a client in crisis
Andrew Miller, ARM Coaching
Andrew is an author and government advisor around business failure as well as being a qualified Accountant, Insolvency Practitioner and Business Coach.
Having spent almost 17 years working in KPMG's Restructuring department, from Leeds to London via Australia, Andrew has taken his experiences in business and personal development to help small to medium businesses avoid failure. This includes helping stable enterprises avoid the pitfalls and develop sustainable growth via the Government funded Growth Accelerator programme.
In 2012, Andrew published his first book "Hope Won't Pay the Wages". This is currently the only publication that gives personal support to directors facing a crisis in their business. Because of the unique nature of Andrew's approach, he has been asked by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills to advise them on developing policy around business failure.
Andrew is a member of the ACCA and the TMA (Turnaround Management Association).
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|Date:||12 Nov 2013|
|Duration:||6.15pm Registration, 6.30pm Start, 8pm Close|
|Venue:||Carrwood Conference Suite
Carrwood Park (J46 M1)
Swillington Common Farm
|Leeds LS15 4LG|
|Type of Event:||Member's Network Meeting|
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