Short of cash? Calls from creditors? Don’t panic.

As serious as it sounds, insolvency is not bankruptcy, and it may be possible to turn your business around. This is an anxious time no doubt, and questions about the consequences of insolvency are valid. With the right help, you can make it through the process.

Is your company facing insolvency?
Call Berley 020 7636 9094 for a FREE & CONFIDENTIAL meeting to discuss your options.



At Berley, we have a team of experienced insolvency practitioners with over 30 years of experience helping small and medium-sized businesses facing insolvency. The sooner you talk to us, the better. Our advice is impartial and objective. Once we have worked out a plan of action with you, we will support you through the process.


Insolvency doesn’t mean you have to go bankrupt either. The two are very different, although insolvency can certainly lead to bankruptcy, and this is why it’s important to talk to insolvency practitioners like Berley to fully explore your options.

  1. You can’t pay the day-to-day running costs of your business.
  2. You’re getting calls or letters asking for immediate payment from HMRC, credit card providers or your mortgage company.
  3. Your bank won’t lend you any more money.
  4. Your suppliers say you have reached your credit limit.
  5. Your staff or company directors are not being paid.



We are not here to judge; we provide impartial advice and practical solutions. If you tackle hard business issues early on, there may be a possibility to restructure your business and avoid insolvency. In other circumstances, we will work with you to explore options which may include Company Voluntary Arrangement, Administration, Receivership and Liquidation.

Call us today to discuss what the options are for you and your fellow directors of a limited company. There are instances in which a director could be held liable for company debts so get solid advice and let us work with you every step of the way.

Call Berley 020 7636 9094 to discuss how our expert team can help you.



Corporate insolvency