Recent Developments at Bell & Company

By on July 7th, 2015

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Dear All,

As the holidays approach we write with latest news of recent developments here at Bell & Company.

20150707_115049_resizedIn terms of personnel Helen is back full time and straight back into the fray! John Quinn now joins Karen in the Client Liaison Department and Christopher Ferry works with Jessica in our Marketing department.

We have recently held a couple of very successful seminars, one of which was featured in the Ulster Tattler and we hope to hold another soon. They go under the banner of ‘Real Issues in Today’s Financial World’. You will shortly receive an email inviting you to our next event, where we look to get expert opinion on the current market and latest goings on from a selection of leading industry experts.

Raymond Crooks, Chairman of the landlords Association of Northern Ireland and erstwhile solicitor spoke on the mounting statutory requirements facing landlords. Brian Hill of St James Place detailed the ramifications of George Osborne recent pension changes. All very interesting and superbly delivered. Look out for the next one!

tatler-thumbnailOur work continues apace across the board with excellent settlements achieved by the team we have at Bell & Company.

As ever all initial consultations are FREE and if you, any relatives or friends have financial issues in any form call Karen on 02890517047 today.

Kind Regards

Terry Bell

Director

Settlement Examples

Settlement of a £700,000 corporate debt at £50,000 on a full and final basis. The client was obviously delighted and the bank were agreeable as it reflects the very best yield they could have achieved here.

A farmer owing £842,000 settled at £300,000 and the farm is retained. This has taken two years to settle but we are finally reaching the end goal.

A buy to let portfolio was repossessed leaving £225,000 shortfall, settled at £40,000, raised from the considerable equity in his family home.

AS EVER ALL DEBTS WERE SETTLED ON A FULL AND FINAL BASIS

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