We have successfully completed more than 110 company arrangements and liquidations since IP Services' launch in 1998, as well as numerous advice and assistance cases. We have distributed more than £7,100,000 to creditors and shareholders over that period.
Peter O'Duffy FCCA, as a Licensed Business Insolvency Practitioner since 1989, personally supervises all cases. He and his team are dedicated to achieving the most positive results possible within difficult circumstances, by minimising losses to creditors and shareholders.
What Do Clients Think ?
Our team is proud of the fact that over many years directors and key managers who have consulted IP Services have been happy with the advice received and with subsequent implementation of recommended solutions.
What Do We Do ?
We save some businesses in whole or in part by helping to negotiate deals with all affected parties; we take over from stressed directors the winding down of failed concerns; we turn assets into cash and distribute funds to creditors and shareholders.
Advice and Assistance
Company doctoring, share sales, business and asset sales, inward investment, refinancing, repositioning, cost reduction
Creditors Voluntary Liquidations,
including sales to directors provided no reasonable objection from creditors
Members (solvent) Liquidations, both with and without Entrepreneurs' Tax Relief
Petitions to Court to Wind Up Companies
Feeling overwhelmed by poor cash flow and pressing creditors ?
We are here to quickly relieve stress by helping directors of Small to Medium Sized Businesses deal with financial difficulties. Why not call Peter O'Duffy for a free telephone consultation,
or email us with your questions ?
TEL: 01275 843555
By working exclusively in the area of Business Rescue and Insolvency and by not undertaking general practice accountancy or tax work, IP Services Ltd does not compete with but rather complements the work of accountants and other business advisers.
News & Publications
The new Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 come into force on 6th April 2017. Among many other changes are new ways of consulting and communicating with creditors and much fewer physical meetings.