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Strength in Partnership

SKS Benedict Group is a growing venture, strengthened through strategically adding professional practices throughout the United Kingdom.

Strength in Partnership

SKS Benedict Group is a growing venture, strengthened through strategically adding professional practices throughout the United Kingdom.

Benedict Mackenzie was formed in 1999 as a Limited Liability Partnership and became a Limited Company in 2011, having brought together the specialist insolvency and corporate rescue arms of a number of established accountancy practices.

About Benedict Mackenzie

mlmSolutions, based in Glasgow, have almost 100 years’ combined experience, mostly accrued within “Top 10” and “Big 4” firms, in assisting individuals and businesses in financial distress. The size of, and experience within, the business allows us to offer a market leading, high quality service at competitive rates.

About mlmSolutions

The team at Peter Hall handles business recovery and turnaround situations as well as formal insolvency procedures in a wide range of industry sectors. We have specialist skills in the fields of engineering, football clubs, schools, the motor trade, the licensed trades, residential homes, printing, leisure, construction, medical, solicitors’ practices, import and export and many others.

About Peter Hall

Our Leadership Team

Carrie James, Director at Benedict Mackenzie, is now President of the Insolvency Practitioners Association. IPA, a solely involved membership body recognised for the purposes of authorising (licensing) insolvency practitioners (IPs). She was invited by the Russian International Legal Forum to take part in their 3rd Annual International Insolvency Forum.

Maureen Leslie has been working in business recovery and insolvency for 30 years. For the past 15 years, she has been a Director at mlm.  Her experience as a business owner has given her considerable insight into the issues faced by individuals running their own businesses.

Peter Hall has operated on the South Coast as an Insolvency Practitioner since 1984.  He has acted as supervisor of a successful voluntary arrangement for Bournemouth Football Club, and more recently has saved an engineering business in Basingstoke with 55 employees and been involved with Norman Court School where the education of some 200 pupils was in danger as well as that of 100 employees.