Hasib is a licensed insolvency practitioner, chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser (a rare breed!). 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 his insolvency advice extremely valuable when dealing with liquidation matters.
Hasib loves the piano and Tottenham Hotspur, where he holds a season ticket.
Michelle began her insolvency career at a top 20 accountancy firm in 2006 after graduating from university, took her Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency in 2009 and passed her JIEB qualification in November 2012. Michelle gained her Insolvency Licence in 2013 and is licensed by the Insolvency Practitioners Association.
Michelle moved to Hudson Weir in April 2017 and became Associate Director in April 2018. Michelle brings a wealth of experience across all types of insolvency proceedings, having dealt with Administrations and large liquidations previously, Michelle focuses on client care with a pragmatic and problem-solving approach to all insolvency situations. In her last role, Michelle ran an investigation team at a top 10 boutique insolvency firm, focusing on asset tracing and antecedent transactions. This specialist experience enables Michelle to advise directors on the appropriate actions prior to a company entering into liquidation as well as assisting directors who are being pursued for such transactions.
Michelle enjoys mentoring the younger members of the team and speaks at the R3 introductory courses each year. Michelle is also a member of a Technical Committee and regularly attends legal updates to keep up to date with insolvency regulations.
Michelle loves baking and her homemade marshmallows are a favourite in the office.
Cassy prides herself on being able to successfully balance compassion with a forensic and dedicated approach to each individual case. She chose to focus on completing her JIEB Qualification following an opportunity to develop a legal insolvency department with a firm of solicitors as she believes she can make a positive impact at the most of difficult of times, particularly in difficult personal circumstances.
She is experienced in all areas of insolvency and regularly writes blog articles on these matters. Cassy’s insolvency career began in 2007 and she has worked for both top 10 accountancy firms and boutique practices following her relocation to London in 2013.
Mathew started at Hudson Weir in 2017 having previously worked as a management accountant in the construction industry. Mathew has hands-on experience of managing a company’s finances as well as industry-specific experience of the construction industry. Mathew’s practical knowledge and dedicated attitude has led to him quickly becoming an integral part of the Hudson Weir team.
Mathew is a trainee Chartered Accountant with a strong desire to leave a positive impact on every case he is engaged in. Willing to go the extra mile, he prides himself on his attention to detail and his application of common sense.
Originally from Australia, Mathew is an avid traveller and has a great love of kite surfing.
Martin is a Law graduate from the University of East London and completed his Bar Professional Training Course at City Law School prior to joining Hudson Weir in early 2018. Martin has a logical, problem-solving approach to client care and case matters and his Law experience has provided him with an excellent base knowledge of insolvency. Martin is now studying for his ACA qualification and proposes to sit his Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency next year.
Martin works closely with management and his energetic and enthusiastic attitude to his job make him an integral part of the Hudson Weir team.
In his free time Martin enjoys family trips overseas and long walks with his dogs.
Roland joined Hudson Weir after working as a trainee accountant at a renowned accountancy practice in London. Roland attended the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the Babeș-Bolyai University and has a degree in accounting and a Masters in Audit. Roland therefore brings a wealth of accounting knowledge to Hudson Weir.
Roland’s experience affords him a confident approach when reviewing accounts and dealing with financial matters especially tax matters and communicating with HMRC. Roland is fluent in English, Hungarian and Romanian and in the process of leaning German allowing him to engage with directors where English is not their first language. Roland is therefore a welcome addition to the team where he focuses on MVLs, client care and business development.
Roland enjoys long road trips with family and friends, going to late night gym sessions and “conquering” the kitchen where he is always experimenting with new recipes.
Diana is the firm’s latest Romanian recruit and is currently based in the UK for her first year. Diana joined the firm after receiving a first in Law at Lancaster University. Diana has previously worked as a commercial litigation paralegal and brings a rounded knowledge of law to the Hudson Weir Team.
Diana’s interest in insolvency began during her degree and she went on to write her dissertation on a law and equity issue with implications in insolvency, under the supervision of insolvency expert David Milman. Diana is a diligent and enthusiastic professional who is eager to expand her knowledge, already signing up for her Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency, which she intends to complete next year.
In her spare time, aside from reading insolvency legislation, Diana loves to sing, write poems and song lyrics
Michael was the first addition to Hudson Weir’s Romanian office in November 2017. Michael graduated Business School in Cluj-Napoca in 2015. Due to his father’s early retirement, Michael was required to take over the family business, managing a transport company with over 20 employees gaining hands on experience dealing with customers, suppliers and keeping on top of the company’s financial affairs. Michael is therefore well placed to understand the challenges most SME’s face day to day.
Michael works closely with Hudson Weir management and focuses on Members Voluntary Liquidations and Business Development.
In his spare time, Michael enjoys playing tennis and socialising with friends.
Rudi has recently moved to the UK from his home in South Africa where he ran several successful business ventures in security, forensics, investigations and Investments.
Rudi was the youngest student selected to attend South Africa’s top business school where he achieved various advanced marketing and management qualifications. Following his education Rudi went on to set up his own security business, tendering for large government contracts and private security work. Running his own firm gave Rudi significant experience in project management, operations and cash flow management and provides him with insight when discussing company affairs with potential clients.
Kevin is one of the co-founders of Hudson Weir Limited. He began his insolvency career as a receivership manager with a leading national insolvency firm in 1991. His skill set 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.
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