Chris started his insolvency career in 1975 and has worked for a variety of firms ranging from small insolvency practices to a top twenty accountancy practice.
He has been involved in all types of insolvency both personal and corporate and some of his duties have included setting up a cashiering department, attending creditors meetings, conducting staff training and carrying-out compliance reviews.
In addition to the mainstream insolvency work, Chris is particularly adept at handling property based cases and has been involved in a number of build-outs, ranging from £1m+ houses to apartment blocks and retail outlets. In this role, he has had to prepare detailed budgets to help source funding from the appointing bank to progress on-site matters to the point of sale.
In the summer of 2017, Chris spent time in Cyprus assisting a local firm of Law of Property Act Receivers in obtaining possession of a number of occupied properties and hotels.
He has a wealth of experience in handling simple and complex investigations and he takes a very commercial and pragmatic view when it comes to determining what the next steps should be, whilst always considering the statutory requirements of the job in hand.
In his spare time, Chris enjoys watching football and cricket and plays golf (albeit very badly!) at his local golf club.