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Mark Cowley wins Insolvency Manager of the Year at Tri Awards 2016

calendar20 October 2016

CAP has scooped another national award – this time for our Insolvency team. Mark Cowley, who heads up our dedicated staff in this area, won the title of Insolvency Manager of the Year in the TRI Awards 2016 (formerly known as the Insolvency & Rescue Awards). Mark was honoured, alongside members of CAP’s dedicated insolvency team, at a glittering ceremony at the Hilton Park Hotel in London, thanks to support from a judging panel of industry experts.

He said, ‘We’re so excited and encouraged to have won this award. It’s great to see the hard work of all the team at CAP being recognised, including our efforts to find and provide the best solution for our clients to get out of debt. We’re also so pleased the consultation work we have been doing within the wider insolvency sector has been noted, which helps improve things beyond just our own client base. It really is wonderful to know that we have been able to help and support so many people who would otherwise have been trapped in unmanageable debt, and we are so encouraged by this acknowledgement of our efforts from the insolvency industry.’

See the full list of winners here.

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