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Success Stories

Asset based lender and insolvency success stories

Here are just a few examples of the ways in which we have helped asset based lenders and insolvency specialists with their debt collection requirements.

To find out more about how we could help your business, call us on 0800 9774848 or email collections@hiltonbaird.co.uk.

Fresh fish

Numerous challenges overcome to recover lender’s position

Our collections experts have recovered the position of an asset based lender despite numerous challenges, particularly regarding paperwork and proof of debt.

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Salad supplier

ABL’s position recovered after client enters administration

Hilton-Baird Collection Services has successfully recovered the position of an asset based lender after their client in the fresh foods sector slipped into administration.

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Perseverance and expertise deliver results

Perseverance and expertise deliver results

When a supplier of security guards went into administration, Hilton-Baird was engaged by the invoice financier to assist with what initially appeared to be a straightforward recovery.

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Confidence to continue funding

Confidence To Continue Funding

Read how our receivables management service gave an invoice financier the confidence to continue funding their client whilst giving them a platform to thrive.

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Find success stories by sector:

Just some of our clients

  • Midland Rock
  • Santander Corporate & Commercial
  • BNP Paribas
  • Eazipay
  • Wupwoo
  • Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Custom Glass
  • Smith & Williamson
  • PNC Business Credit
  • Duff & Phelps
  • Harrisons Business Recovery
  • Barclays
  • Quantuma
  • Leonard Curtis
  • Kreston Reeves
  • Leumi ABL
  • Close Brothers Invoice Finance
  • SER Contractor
  • Construction Recruitment Services
  • FRP Advisory
  • Wote Street People

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