Helping boat share owners

Published: Saturday, 08 May 2010

A VICTIM himself of the Challenger Syndicateships débâcle of two years ago, Andrew Barton of Nantwich Canal Centre is offering a service to those boat share owners who are at present finding themselves vulnerable after the OwnerShips problems.

Andrew tells us:

"We are a small syndicate management company who are committed to what we deliver for our owners, but as you will be very aware, we also are the victims of what happened to Challenger Syndicateships in January 2008 of course. With this past experience now behind us we feel genuinely in a position to offer help and support to those many people out there who in many cases just need an ear and comfort zone to turn to."

Four 'surgeries'

The company has organised four 'surgeries' at the Village Hotel in Walsall on the 15th & 16th May, the purpose Andrew explains:

"These are purely to impart our knowledge, past experience of going through the demise of a similar company, and information to anyone wishing to come along and ask as many questions as they wish to help clarify their minds, and enable them to look towards making an informed decision on the way forward whether it be self managed, company managed or they may just want to sell their share and retire from the whole débâcle!"


He feels he has much to offer and contribute to the owners at this time,  remarking he just wants to help, and has just had confirmation that a solicitor will be on hand at the surgery to offer his expert advice (and experiences as he was also involved in the Challenger Administration) on any part of the subject in hand which anyone wishes to ask or raise.

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