The range of consulting services provided by Shaw Gidley are vast and used by a variety of parties involved with matters of insolvency law and practice. 

We are experienced in assisting solicitors, accountants, financial advisors, directors, financial institutions, not-for-profit services, and individual with consulting services. 

Our consulting services are provided by our most experienced people and will be allocated an expert who has experience in the matter subject to the consulting assignment, such as your financial or legal advisor, who will have full scope knowledge of the issue at hand. Our consultants give you peace of mind that the matter is being dealt with by experts who are keeping you in the loop with clear, concise communication about the process and objectives.

Benefits of Consulting

Our consulting services provide the most experienced people to work with you and specifically cater to your requirements in an individualised way. Engaging with a Shaw Gidley consultant will give you peace of mind that your matter is being dealt with professionally. 

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Informal Appointment

Our consulting service is not a formal appointment and usually remains undisclosed in the marketplace. This ensures your matter is being handled with privacy and discretion.

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Specialised Service

Due to the specialised nature of insolvency law and practice, often your financial or legal advisor will not be an expert in these issues. We are.

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Easier Communication

Where the other party also has an insolvency practitioner dealing with the issue, we are able to communicate easily, understanding the same professional language throughout.

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Safety Net

We work to ensure that you are not taken advantage of by over-complicated wording or contractual reading. We are the conduit ensuring you aren’t in the dark.

Frequently Asked Questions

Insolvency and turnaround consultants work on any service requiring expert involvement related to, or a by-product of, formal insolvency appointments without being subject to statutory control itself.

When choosing a consultant in our area of expertise you will find most hourly rates between are relatively similar to one another. However, the difference is pronounced in the varying degree of experience, skill and reputation of professionalism. Here, we stand out from the rest. Our Directors’ skills for creating quality outcomes and incredible service are our greatest points of difference in the market.

Consultancy services vary significantly in cost depending on complexity and resourcing of each specific case. Therefore, more complex assignments are time-based using Shaw Gidley’s competitive hourly consulting rates, while still being subject to an affordable budget. Smaller assignments are often fixed-fee and can be surprisingly cost effective.


Our firm has worked closely with Shaw Gidley Insolvency and Reconstruction. The team at Shaw Gidley are specialist insolvency practitioners and make the confusing process of insolvency easy to understand. The experienced team are honest, professional and are keenly aware of the interests of the relevant stakeholders. Our firm would recommend Shaw Gidley Insolvency and Construction to anyone looking for accurate insolvency advice and practical solutions that you can trust.


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In my business relationship with Shaw Gidley, I have always found them to act in their clients best interests and with utmost integrity.....They take the time to evaluate each individual circumstance and get the best result for their clients. Shaw Gidley, through open communication, take the fear and apprehension out of insolvency.


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