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Neil Dingley

Neil Dingley


It has become part of the lore of Bletchley Park that some of its codebreakers were recruited via a crossword published in the Daily Telegraph. Whilst cracking the coded transmissions of German U-Boats falls outside of the normal parameters of work for an insolvency practitioner, Neil would own to having been an avid Telegraph crossword solver since his schooldays and having developed a capacity for problem solving and logical thought, these skills have served Neil well in his many years experience, handling some of the more complicated, knotty insolvency assignments, reconstructing accounts and unpicking antecedent transactions.
The business world can often be a harsh and unfair place. This is particularly true in insolvency situations where there is little money to go round and any assets lie at the end of a long road of litigation. It is precisely in situations such as these that Neil enjoys applying his knowledge and skill to ensure that whatever can be recovered is recovered and wherever possible creditors receive a payment against their debts.
Neil also has considerable experience in personal insolvency and undertakes bankruptcy and IVA appointments. A long time advocate of rescue culture, Neil has assisted clients with IVA solutions to their financial problems since the early 1990s.
In the often complex MC Escher world of insolvency, every job is the same and every job is different. Whatever the circumstances, every client deserves a guiding hand through the maze of stress and confusion. Neils patient manner and quiet approachability ensure that individuals and directors are given the help and assurances they need.
Neil started his career in 1988, in the audit department of a Big Four accountancy firm, after which he joined a national mid-tier firm where his accountancy skills were honed on a mixed bag of clients including the archetypal brown paper bag jobs. In 1993, having helped out on occasional assignments for the fledgling insolvency department, Neil moved to full time insolvency work, becoming a partner in the Moore network in 2005. Neil is a fellow of both the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Association of Business Recovery Professionals and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management. He is licensed as an insolvency practitioner by the ICAEW.