Former ‘Big Four’ professionals join HNH expansion

Four senior professionals from Scotland’s leading accountancy practices have come together to help drive HNH’s expansion into the GB market. The new office will provide SMEs with access to some of Scotland’s most senior corporate finance professionals, offering tier one advice and experience, but tailored to the needs of smaller and family-owned firms.

Based in Edinburgh’s Charlotte Square, the new team consists of Neal Allen, Harry Linklater, Bruce Walker and Chris Fawbert...

HNH staff member Thomas Horner is riding the Passo dello Stelvio

A ‘summer holiday’ with a twist

Just over 12 months ago, we welcomed Thomas Horner into the firm in our Business Advisory Services team and he has settled in incredibly well to life at HNH.

Thomas now heads off for his ‘summer holidays’, which this year will consist of an arduous cycle from Innsbruck, Austria to Morzine in the French Alps. Covering 850kms over six days, Thomas and the group will pass through Austria, Italy, Switzerland and France...

Eamonn Donaghy, June Barton and Mark Hood, HNH Tax

One Year of Tax at HNH

Where does a year go?

HNH Tax opened for business in September 2018 and since then has been involved in some of the key mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transactions which the firm has advised on. This includes the disposal of Foodco (NI) to Henderson Foodservice, the capital investment by 57 Stars and Foresight Group into the 3fivetwo Group, and the disposal of SSAS Solutions to Mattioli Woods...

HNH busiest in NI Deal Activity Report

We are delighted to report that the H1 Deal Activity report, published by Experian, shows that HNH’s CF team has been the busiest in the NI market, both in terms of deals completed and deal value.   In spite of the continued uncertainty as to the timing and impact of Brexit, we continue to believe that there remains cause for optimism; that deal volumes across the board have shown a sharp increase bears this out...

Exam Success

There was more good news today for HNH as Business Restructuring Executive Thomas Gallen passed his CAP1 examinations with flying colours.

Great work Tommy!

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Members’ Voluntary Liquidations

Rory Moynagh HNH

Whilst the political and economic landscape in 2019 has continued to be dominated by uncertainty, one option for company directors to manage any uncertainty in the wind down of a company’s affairs is via a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation.

A Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (or “MVL” as it is commonly known) is an option for solvent companies wishing to wind down their activities and allows for assets to be distributed in a tax-efficient manner, whilst also giving directors certainty given the finality of the liquidation process...