Wilson Field – Membership Focus

13th January 2021

Sheffield based insolvency firm Wilson Field has been helping businesses solve their financial problems since 2001.

The company has become one of the largest independent insolvency practitioners in the country, and has helped many companies and individuals across all industries through various difficult financial circumstances. 

The company has a strong team of licensed insolvency practitioners who have vast experience in the industry and is headed by Managing Director Nick Wilson, who has experience in business recovery and sourcing solutions in seemingly impossible situations. We’ve helped sole traders, limited companies, both small and large, and individuals overcome financial difficulties, our team is there to help. 

How we work 

The Wilson Field website (www.wilsonfield.co.uk) provides a great place for individuals and directors to find information that can help with a situation they may be facing. We also operate an online chat service throughout the website during office working hours, making it easy and convenient, for free confidential advice to be obtained. Along with our online chat service, we have dedicated phone line which operates 9 am to 9 pm 7 days, allowing anyone who may require free confidential advice to get support. 

Our initial advisers are experienced to provide free advice on our chat service and helpline, which can assess if our offer services will help. If we are able to help, we would set up a free meeting with one of our senior consultants who would outline in detail, how we can assist. Like many companies, we have adapted our ways of working similar to other companies throughout this challenging coronavirus pandemic. If the rules allow, we can meet directors across the country to provide free face-to-face advice, although during these times we have maintained the same level of service and advice remotely through telephone and video calls.   

We are a long-standing reputable firm who is licensed by the Institute of Charted Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW). Once our advice and options have been discussed in detail, the director or individual will have the necessary information they require, giving them the right information on how best to move forward. This could be, but not limited to closing down a limited company, exploring options to save a company, with formal protection through a payment plan, or safety from creditors through the restructuring of a business by administration. Each case we take on is different and we’ll always look to achieve the outcome our clients desire, which could be through several of our different services.  

Nick Wilson – Managing Director said, 

‘‘We’re a local firm but we pride ourselves on offering a personal service nationwide. Our first line of advisors speak to people across the country and their enquiry will be listened to and personally dealt with. For people who are worried and stressed about growing financial pressures, speaking to someone you can trust is so important.’’  

With seven Insolvency Practitioners each having their own area of expertise, at Wilson Field we are in a position to look at all perspectives of a business and the problems their facing. You can look through all the services that we have to offer, if you feel as though you could benefit from some advice.

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