I am an insolvency practitioner with 12 years’ experience of dealing with complex, contentious assignments. I focus on fraud investigation, identification of assets, tracing exercises, enforcement of judgments and recovery of assets for those who have suffered financial loss, or have a claim against another party.
I specialise in assisting beneficiaries, trustees and representatives in matrimonial, family, trust and probate disputes. I work to find strategies that ensure the most appropriate action is taken in order to achieve maximum recovery. I use the Insolvency Act, along with other civil legislation, such as the use of liquidations, bankruptcies and court appointed receiverships, as a tool to assist with investigation, asset tracing, and recovery processes.
I am supported by our corporate intelligence, forensic and valuation experts, as well as international colleagues, when instructed to identify and recover assets, including offshore trusts and corporate structures. Our goal is working seamlessly to achieve the best results for the client.
I often act on a contingent basis and regularly engage with solicitors, counsel, litigation funders and adverse cost insurers on similar terms to ensure the most appropriate action is taken, in response to the client’s individual requirements.
- IPA (Member of the Insolvency Practitioners Association)
- Certificate in Probate and Estate Administration
- FCCA (Fellow of Chartered Certified Accountants)
- JIEB (Joint Insolvency Examination Board) (Corporate and Personal)