In this episode of The Deal Room, Joshua Taylor (Managing Director of Taylor Insolvency) shares some important insights and warnings when buying a business from a liquidator, administrator, or receiver. Josh also discusses the process of buying a distressed business, the websites to look into, the selling situation that you should consider, and the checklist you can use to identify people or entities that are good potential buyers.
Joshua’s company, Taylor Insolvency, helps all stakeholders involved in the insolvency process — from Directors to Individuals, Accountants, Solicitors, Creditors, Employees, and Customers. They aim to make liquidations as simple as possible in order to help businesses through tough times to happier times.
- Why people buy a business from a liquidator, administrator, or receiver
- Differences between liquidation, administration, and receivership
- Process of buying a business from a liquidator, administrator, or receiver
- Commonly used websites and usual selling situations
- What buyers of distressed assets should look for
- Checklist for identifying people or entities that are potential buyers
- Seek the right advice
- Key takeaways
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