Business Recovery

Fortus launches specialist recovery division

The division will provide essential advice, guidance and support to UK businesses facing a ‘multitude’ of challenges, including creditor pressures and potential insolvency

Fortus Business Advisors and Accountants has announced the launch of a new specialist recovery and insolvency division, Fortus Recovery. 

The division will provide essential advice, guidance and support to UK businesses facing a “multitude” of challenges, including creditor pressures and potential insolvency.

In addition to business recovery services, Fortus Recovery’s service offering also includes Corporate Finance and formal insolvency solutions.  

As part of the move, insolvency practice HJS Recovery will become a “key part” of the expanding Fortus offering. 

Gordon Johnston, executive director at Fortus and former managing director of HJS Recovery said: “We’re excited to be able to share our experience and expertise. Our focus is to help companies, both large and small, find their way through the financial darkness by providing confidential business debt and recovery advice.

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“We understand that each case has its own unique characteristics and as such, tailor our solutions to the particulars of the business and its issues. Fortus Recovery’s here to help all businesses in their time of need.”

Chris Timms, CEO at Fortus, said: “We continuously look to develop the extension of our client services. Having worked closely with Gordon and his leadership team for almost four years now, the natural evolution of our business relationship was to bring together our propositions, and subsequently, Fortus Recovery was born. 

“It’s a team led by experience, insight and a very rounded consultative approach which in turn, provides essential advice to business owners allowing them to refocus and ultimately recover.” 

He added: “Businesses will always face uncertainty and challenges – it’s part and parcel of business ownership, so to have such experience ‘in house’ will ultimately lead to the positive development of our own people and future generations understanding what it ‘really’ means to be a business advisor.”

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