PBC

Address

Northampton

9-10 Scirocco Close,

Moulton Park,

Northampton,

NN3 6AP

01604 212150
Bedford

Suite G35, Bedford i-Lab
Priory Business Park
Stannard Way
Bedford
MK44 3RZ

01234 834886

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PBC

PBC Business Recovery and Insolvency is a specialist business rescue and insolvency practice providing practical, helpful advice and solutions to a variety of businesses and individuals with financial problems.

About PBC

Our strategy

The team at PBC understands that dealing with financial problems can be difficult and very stressful, and that a friendly, professional and effective approach is the way forward. This is based on a proven history of dealing successfully with businesses and individuals both locally and nationally that has resulted in PBC becoming a trusted and respected firm in the business community.

 

Our Mission

PBC Business Recovery and Insolvency aims to provide honest and open advice, regardless of the outcome to PBC itself. We aim to be seen as a market leader in the SME market place.

We know how important it is to understand clients’ issues and work with them to find the right solution for them, calling on our highly trained team of confident and self-developing individuals with high professional standards, backed by robust and appropriate systems that provide a seamless and compliant service.

Articles

The meaning of substantial

1st October 2019

By Jamie Cochrane

PBC

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The cost of disagreement

1st August 2019

By Gary Pettit

PBC

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Tax efficient or tax avoidance?

1st June 2019

By Gary Pettit

Director

PBC Business Recovery

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How secure is your company?

1st April 2019

By Gary Pettit

PBC Business Recovery & Insolvency

A FEW years ago I asked an audience 'How many of you are self-employed?' I followed that by then asking 'How many of you set up in business and planned to fail?'

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Quiz night planned

1st March 2019

A QUIZ night later this month will raise much-needed funds for a charity that provides accommodation for parents who need to stay close to the hospitals treating their seriously ill children.

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Brexit versus cash?

1st February 2019

By Gary Pettit

PBC Business Recovery

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Don't delay when it comes to insolvency

1st January 2019

By Gary Pettit

PBC

DO you know the difference between administration and liquidation? What about a voluntary arrangement in comparison to bankruptcy?

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Scaling the heights for a good cause

1st January 2019

BACK in August 2018, Natasha Pink and Jamie Cochrane from PBC Business Recovery took part in an abseil event which was organised by the Ronald McDonald charity to help raise much needed funds for families of sick children.

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Taking time to reflect

1st December 2018

By Gary Pettit

PBC Business Recovery & Insolvency

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Hitting the heights for a good cause

1st September 2018

NATASHA Pink and Jamie Cochrane from PBC Business Recovery in Northampton took part in an abseil event which was organised by the Ronald McDonald charity to help raise much-needed funds for families of sick children.

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A personal problem?

1st September 2018

By Gary Pettit

PBC Business Recovery & Insolvency

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Is the shop front broken?

1st July 2018

By Gary Pettit

Managing Director

PBC Business Recovery & Insolvency

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A stark lesson

1st June 2018

By Gary Pettit

Managing Director

PBC Business Recovery & Insolvency

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A fool with a pen in their hand

1st January 2018

By Gary Pettit

PBC Business Recovery & Insolvency

THE heading pretty much sums up my view of a director who grants a personal guarantee for company debts.

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Charity funds passed on

1st December 2017

ON 9 November Kym Carvell and Jamie Cochrane of PBC Business Recovery and Insolvency travelled to Ronald McDonald House at Alder Hey in Liverpool to present Denise Byrne from the charity with a cheque for £3,303.48.

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A year of change

1st December 2017

WHERE has this year gone? It seems to be that every year flies by; why is that? Age? Maybe.

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Leopards do need to change their spots

1st November 2017

IT is a common phrase but if a leopard does not change its spots then it remains a leopard. Probably the most recent example of that has been British Home Stores, which did not keep up with shopping trends.

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When do I need an insolvency practitioner?

1st October 2017

DO have a dog but try to bark yourself? They (dogs) are pretty good at it and are certainly better than me so I tend to let them do what they are better at!

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Ever-decreasing circles

1st August 2017

WHEN you think of Ali Campbell you think of UB40; Shane Filan, Westlife; and Martine McCutcheon may bring back memories of EastEnders. What they all have in common is being made bankrupt, which goes to prove cash is king.

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London, here we come

1st July 2017

NORTHAMPTON is within easy reach of London Euston - unless you choose to do it the way Kym Carvell and Jamie Cochrane from PBC Business Recovery and Insolvency in Moulton Park are doing it.

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What do you expect from an insolvency practitioner?

1st June 2017

READERS will often see phrases such as 'Provide the best advice, no matter what the fee consequence...'. However, how often do you hear someone add to that, 'and what is it you want'?

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Be pro-active or accept your fate?

1st May 2017

APART from the obvious frustration, what steps do you take upon receiving the news that one of your customers has gone into an insolvency process?

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Gaining a high profile

4th January 2017

GIVEN that few businesspeople want to think about the work of an insolvency practitioner, PBC Business Recovery and Insolvency has done a remarkable job in raising its profile over the past three years.

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Personal insolvency - are they allowed to touch my pension?

1st December 2016

THE title of this piece is the question I am asked regularly by individuals who are threatened with personal insolvency and are (understandably) concerned their personal pension may be used to repay creditors.

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So much has happened

1st December 2016

How many of you can associate with the question, "Where did the month go?' In fact, it does not seem that long ago since I was looking back at 2015 to see what PBC had achieved, yet here I am doing it all over again!

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Can your advisor advise?

1st October 2016

Let us start with a question. If a stranger approached you and asked to borrow your car for a couple of weeks, would you simply hand over the keys, walk off and trust the car will be returned in good order?

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The financial cost of debt

1st October 2016

THE title for this editorial is quite deliberate. When companies and individuals are experiencing debt problems, there is a non-financial cost consequence.

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A time for new beginnings

1st August 2016

IN some quarters, this may be the worst kept secret but we can now officially announce the retirement of David Halstead Bottomley, who has been in partnership with Paul Rogers at Bottomley & Co for over 12 years.

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Reasons why CVAs are not always viable

1st June 2016

HOW many High Street retailers can you think of whose name has been confined to the annals of history? I can think of 15 and that excludes the latest to fall victim, namely BHS and Austin Reed.

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Can I please go bankrupt?

1st April 2016

EVERY year there are literally thousands of people confronted with debt that reaches apoint of being unmanageable, whether through bad luck, an inability to foresee the problem that was looming or, in some cases, other reasons.

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Important changes ahead

1st February 2016

OVER the last three years corporate recovery and insolvency has been very quiet.

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Better to act quickly

1st January 2016

It seems an age ago now but when Glasgow Rangers Football Club went into administration there were a number of major issues that arose.

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