Together with FW Capital we are hosting an online Q&A session:
We will address some of the key areas of concern including:
A Licensed Insolvency Practitioner with a MBA degree, Paul joined the Manchester office of Begbies Traynor in 2009. Prior to joining, Paul was working at Dawson White, the IVA provider for an OFT approved debt management company. Paul also spent 11 years at Baker Tilly with 2 secondments with Motor Retail lenders, including Ford Financial. He has extensive experience of all insolvency procedures and also has a background in property based on his RICS accredited BSc Land Management degree. As from January 2017, Paul was appointed Chair to the R3 North West committee, for a three year term and remains an active member of the NW committee.
Gary joined FW Capital in June 2010 to establish its operations in the North West. Gary manages the £142.6m NPIF Debt Finance Fund with a focus on the North West of England. Gary manages FW Capital’s presence in Cumbria, Liverpool, Manchester and Preston. A former Relationship Director with Santander in Manchester, Gary has worked with SMEs in the North West for a number of years. He also spent time at Barclays Corporate in London and has managed portfolios of SMEs as well as corporates with turnovers up to £150 million.
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2023 – The covid financing hangover
Start Time 1:00PM - 2:00PM
This webinar has been planned and delivered in conjunction with one or more of our valued third-party partners. All such webinars are subject to our quality control procedures to ensure relevant learning objectives are set and met, alongside any product demonstration. A member of the 20:20 Innovation team will be joining the presentation, ensuring a lively and relevant dialogue.
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Start Time 11:00:00
The UK economy is experiencing high inflation, rising interest rates, slow growth, and a cost-of-living crisis. These factors, together with the effects of Covid loan repayments, energy shortages, and a rise in bankruptcies, are expected to fuel non-performing loans (NPLs) in the coming years.
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