Jenkins & Jenkins
At Jenkins & Jenkins we understand how quickly a business can experience all sorts of difficulties. As a leading online insolvency specialist firm, we focus on delivering high quality and swift insolvency solutions.
We leverage our strong connections with banks and other UK lenders to negotiate efficient debt write-offs. Our insolvency experts have valuable know-how in dealing with difficult negotiation tactics, such as establishing new creditor terms. Take advantage of our professional services available for all insolvency scenarios:
20 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London, W1S 1JY
Company No.: OC362261
T: 0207 205 2599
Disclaimer: This website does not constitute an offer or agreement. Jenkins & Jenkins provides a matching service only and is not acting as a representative, agent or correspondent for any of the companies we contract with. Jenkins & Jenkins does not control and is not responsible for the actions or inactions of any practitioners involved in the transaction. Jenkins & Jenkins does not endorse any particular practitioner or insolvency product, it only serves as a matching service, looking for the appropriate insolvency company for every given case. You are under no obligation to use Jenkins & Jenkins' service to initiate contact, or apply for services with any of the insolvency companies. Jenkins & Jenkins does not guarantee that completing an application form will result in you being matched with a practitioner. By submitting your application and information on this website, you agree to allow any and all participating insolvency companies to verify your information.
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Online Insolvency Resources
The insolvency process is usually complex, time consuming and costly, for this reason we only work with high-calibre insolvency professional who have accumulated know-how from decades of experience.
"We get you the very best services by working with well established insolvency practitioners. who have widespread experience in dealing with insolvency cases of small companies and large corporations."
Sue Renshaw - Senior Advisor
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A court procedure placing a company or partnership that is, or may become insolvent under the control of an administrator.
Seek advice when directors become concerned that the company may not be able to avoid insolvency.
Advice to Directors
Mechanism allowing an insolvent business to reach an agreement with its creditors to delay or reduce the payment of its debts.
The task of the receiver is to realise the assets of the company for the benefit of the charge-holder.
Help your under performing business where demands on cash flow are getting to the point where there is a real threat that everything will spiral out of control.
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