McLenan Corporate

Assisting Accountants

At one time or another, it is likely that your clients will find themselves in financial difficulty…

How We Help

Your clients may turn to you for help on diverse issues that can be time consuming and distract you from your core business.

This additional advice and service is often the sort of problem solving that cements your client relationship and increases your retention rates.

McLenan Corporate can enable you to broaden your range of services at no cost to you. In many cases, there will even be opportunities to increase your earnings.

Members Voluntary Liquidations (MVL’s)

Solvent liquidations at a reasonable cost where your client may qualify for Business Asset Disposal relief resulting in significant tax savings for shareholders.

Creditor Support

Has one of your clients suffered a bad debt through an insolvency?

It can be very frustrating as well as having serious consequences for cash flow. We can help your client in these circumstances.

specialist Advice

We offer free advice either directly to your client (or through you) on a range of issues.

  • Concerns about “trading whilst insolvent”
  • General creditors pressure
  • Pressure from HMRC
  • Pressure from landlords
  • Pressure secured lenders, such as banks
  • Implications, having signed a Limited company guarantee

Years experience

Consultation

All initial advice and guidance is provided free of charge. As an insolvency boutique firm, we do not provide the services you do so you can rest assured we will not entice your clients.

Contact Us Today

Email
info@mclenancorporate.com

Address
Olympic Business Park, Marathon House
Drybridge Rd, Ayrshire, Dundonald
Kilmarnock KA2 9AE

McLenan Corporate is a trading name of McLenan Corporate Solutions Limited, Marathon House, Olympic Business Park, Drybridge Rd, Ayrshire, Dundonald, Kilmarnock KA2 9AE. Company Number SC651445.

Margo McLenan is licensed to act as Insolvency Practitioner in the UK by the Insolvency Practitioner Association.

Insolvency Practitioners are bound by the Code of Ethics when carrying out all professional work relating to an insolvency appointment.