Kevin is one of the managing directors of Hudson Weir Limited. He began his insolvency career as a receivership manager with a leading national insolvency firm in 1991. His skillset is diverse, having qualified as an Insolvency Practitioner in 2004 and also qualifying as a Chartered Tax Adviser – positioning him well for all manner of insolvency queries.
Kevin’s experience of setting up a number of new businesses gives him an exceptional grasp of all company matters, with a particular expertise in business restructuring.
Hasib is both a Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Tax Adviser. He has a wealth of experience in all financial matters, having cut his teeth at both UBS and PricewaterhouseCoopers before moving to direct his own Chartered Accountancy practice where he has overseen exceptional business development.
The breadth of his specialisms, as well as his business experience, makes him extremely valuable when dealing with liquidation matters.
Hasib loves the piano and Tottenham Hotspur, where he holds a season ticket.
Advising clients in relation to all aspects of insolvency as well as accepting formal appointments, Claire’s experience is predominantly in the corporate mid-market sector with particular interest in real estate. She has experience working with both lenders and borrowers in distressed situations and strives to produce innovative solutions while guiding all stakeholders through the procedures.
Claire’s career in insolvency began in 1999 and she has worked for both top 10 accountancy firms and boutique practices.
Claire enjoys open-water swimming and regular trips to Portugal.
Lin is a fully qualified accountant (ACCA) with Accounting and Engineering bachelor degrees in Canada and China. She has studied and worked in New Zealand, Canada, China and the UK.
Her international business experience makes her valuable when dealing with investigations, employee claims and other aspects of Liquidations.
Lin enjoys snowboarding and travelling. She has also played the violin since she was a child.
Ibeth studied law at Kingston University and graduated with honours. The modules she chose in her degree included Intellectual Property, Commercial Law and Company Law, all of which have furnished her with an extensive knowledge and understanding of corporate law.
While in education she also worked in fast-driven environments including digital marketing and sales executive roles. Upon finishing her degree she entered the insolvency industry and she is now keen to pursue her career in Insolvency and qualify as an Insolvency Practitioner in the future.
During her spare time she regularly visits the cinema and enjoys spending time with her family.
Ruth ran her own small business for six years before joining Hudson Weir as an administrator and cashier in September 2016, after graduating with an MSci in chemistry from Imperial College in 2010.
Running her own business has given her a personal understanding of the difficulties that small businesses face and she is always ready to offer a sympathetic ear to our clients.
In her spare time Ruth writes about the history of food and drink. Her first book, Rebellious Spirits: The Illicit History of Booze in Britain, was published in October 2015 and the second is due in autumn 2017.
As a result she knows an unhealthy amount about excise and duty laws pre-1850.
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