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Mark Cullingford - Thrings Solicitors

Mark Cullingford

Mark Cullingford - Partner - Restructuring and Insolvency, Thrings Solicitors

Mark leads the firm's Business Restructuring and Insolvency Team and Property Insolvency Team. He has a wealth of experience from over 20 years advising on the legal and commercial issues arising from financial distress affecting businesses and individuals. He advises a range of clients, including leading insolvency practitioners, lenders, other creditors, business management teams, and also individuals.

Mark's comprehensive and commercially-focused advice covers all aspects of insolvency and restructuring issues and includes involvement as soon as signs of possible financial distress arise, contingency planning, formal insolvency processes and after the assignment of administrators, liquidators, receivers, as trustee in bankruptcy of supervisors of voluntary arrangements. His remit includes advice on business structures having regard to insolvency and trading risk, aspects of finance, risk management, formal insolvency proceedings, restructuring and the conduct of proceedings by insolvency practitioners in relation to all forms of business structures and individuals. Mark's work includes the disposal and purchase of distressed business assets, the recovery and disposal of assets and claims to adjust pre-insolvency transactions, claims against directors and in connection with the disqualification of Directors.

Specifically it includes administration, liquidation, winding up petitions, bankruptcy petitions, voluntary arrangements, receiverships, solvent liquidations, s.110 reorganisations, schemes of arrangements, bankruptcy, directors disqualification, bankruptcy restriction orders, fraud and asset tracing, security disputes, directors guarantees, creditors meetings, pension deficits, insolvent deceased estates, international insolvency, chancery litigation, shareholder and partnership disputes, dissolution of companies, restoration of dissolved companies, enforcement of security.