Corporate Recovery

We offer a full range of non-contentious services to banks, finance companies, venture capitalists and insolvency practitioners.

We also advise corporates about their duties to their shareholders during difficult trading conditions.

Our mainstream corporate recovery activity makes up the majority of our day-to-day work and sees our team working closely with other departments to offer proactive, progressive, solutions-driven advice on all aspects of debt recovery and business transformation. We’ll bring flexibility, innovation, commercial focus and a ‘can do’ attitude to your table.

Whether it’s offering advice on how to move a business out of distress by streamlining its supply chain or restructuring and reorganising the business, we’re confident of our ability to deliver the outcome you need, when you need it. We work with businesses that aren’t yet at the turnaround point as often as we do with those in distress.

International investigation and insolvency litigation expertise

Alongside our mainstream corporate recovery activity, we’re highly regarded for our large insolvency litigation practice and offer outstanding cross-border expertise in this area.

Gateley Plc is a leading law firm offering insolvency litigation on a domestic and an international basis. We do a lot of work offshore, regularly recovering assets and enforcing in jurisdictions such as the Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands, Guernsey, Jersey, the Isle of Man, Gibraltar and Cyprus to investigate and deal with cases that call for a broad range of corporate recovery services. Capable of handling everything from fraud investigation to tax avoidance and bankruptcy tourism, we’ve gained an enviable reputation for our cross-border expertise and a strong track record in successfully resolving complex assignments.

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