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Karen Adams

Head of Commercial Recoveries at Brethertons

Banbury, United Kingdom

About Me

I joined Brethertons in October 2015 as Head of Commercial Recoveries within the Litigation sector. I have worked in debt recovery litigation since 2003 and qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (FCILEx) in 2011. I have a wealth of experience in debt and asset recovery, commercial litigation and insolvency. I pride myself in exceeding clients’ expectations not only in delivering results but also in the quality of service delivered to both themselves and their debtors. As Head of Commercial Recoveries I strive to mentor and train my team to enable them to develop and excel thus delivering the best possible client experience. Commercial Recoveries acts for a range of clients to recover debts of all kinds including for example for goods sold and services rendered; course, tuition and school fees; care home fees; hire charges and monies due under credit, lease or loan agreements. The team also has a specialism in the niche area of probate recoveries where we work with clients to ensure a sympathetic but effective approach to recovering their outstanding debts. In addition the team is experienced in Return of Goods actions and insolvency proceedings including Statutory Demands and Bankruptcy and Winding Up proceedings. Outside of work I enjoy good food whether that means cooking for family and friends or eating out. I like to travel and see new places both abroad and at home where I like to get out into the countryside as often as possible. And on a cold winter evening I love nothing more than curling up with a good book and a glass of red wine!

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