Effective claims

Maximise dividends while saving time and money with Baker Tilly Creditor Services (“BTCS”) Dividend Watch. Benefit from unrivalled levels of reporting and pay us nothing for unsuccessful claims.

Get the best from your claims

Maximise dividends while saving time and money with Dividend Watch. Benefit from unrivalled levels of reporting and pay us nothing for unsuccessful claims. Lodging your claim with an Insolvency Practitioner (IP) is the start of a lengthy process. In an area where pitfalls abound, it is crucial that you avoid errors while making sure you're not missing any important opportunities. That's why some of the UK's largest companies use Dividend Watch.

Proactive management

We take full responsibility from the moment you register an insolvency claim with us. Not only do we make sure that paperwork and deadlines are handled properly, but we also ask the appointed IP for regular updates and we try to arrange capped IP fees whenever possible. Because our own IPs designed Dividend Watch, we are ideally placed to make sure your claims are managed more effectively.

Lower internal costs

You won't have to waste time chasing unproductive claims and you’ll pay us nothing if dividends don't result. We handle all ongoing correspondence even if the type of insolvency changes, for example from an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) to a bankruptcy including sequestrations and trust deeds

Better information

Regular reports are an important part of the BTCS service and you can tailor yours to suit your own business needs. You will also enjoy immediate real-time online access to the status of all claims, along with detailed statistics. That includes your own 'dashboard' and an estimate of probable future dividends at different points in time. Dividend Watch tells you everything you need to know about single claims or overall performance. It can even give you new strategic insights into trends, threats and opportunities.

To arrange your own demonstration of Dividend Watch, call us on +44 (0)20 7448 8111 or email Robert Beat.

 


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