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Our next FIRE event will be taking place on Thursday 13 June in the The Prince’s room at BMA House, London from 6pm-9pm.

FIRE is a series of networking, knowledge share events and communications for professionals in the funding, insolvency, restructuring and private equity professions.

Apart from the usual networking, we will hear from two speakers, Jonathan Titmuss and Katrina Mather of Hardwicke, who will provide an update on the recent developments and trends in restructuring and boardroom disputes.

This event is free to attend and food and drink will be provided.

Date: Thursday 13 June 2019
Time: 6pm-9pm
Venue: The Prince’s Room, BMA House, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JP – view map
RSVP: This is a ticketed event, if you would like to attend, please email events@debenhamsottaway.co.uk

FIRE is sponsored by Debenhams Ottaway, a leading Hertfordshire law firm known for its expertise in private wealth and private enterprise. Debenhams Ottaway works with a number of funders, insolvency practitioners and private equity houses to investigate potential routes of recovery, with a view to maximising profit in a business investment or recoveries into an insolvent estate.

This event is co-sponsored by Hardwicke and Acasta Europe Limited

The closest stations are Euston and Kings Cross. Euston station and underground are only a five minute walk from the venue and Kings Cross station and underground are a 10 minute walk. BMA House is located opposite Tavistock Square. Please enter through the main reception area, where you will need to sign in at the venue for health and safety reasons. 

This event is free to attend but we would encourage delegates to make a voluntary donation of £10 to our charity party, Youth Talk.

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