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CVR Global is the newest GGI member based in London, England. They are an insolvency practice with a proven track record in advising stakeholders in businesses facing distress, ranging from owner-managed businesses, listed companies and not-for-profit organisations, in the full range of sectors.

Covering the whole insolvency spectrum - from discreet rescues of ailing businesses to formal insolvency appointments - CVR brings a fresh, innovative approach to helping troubled businesses and individuals. Known for their commitment to building strong relationships, they are large enough to supply the full spectrum of services yet small enough to ensure they deliver personalised advice.

CVR Global is staffed by 60 professionals mentored by seven partners in 6 offices in the UK. They have additional offices in the British Virgin Islands, Jersey, Anguilla and Gibraltar.


Founded in 1949 in Madison, Wisconsin, Wegner CPAs, LLP has been providing sound, professional services in accounting, auditing, tax, financial and management consulting for over 60 years. Robert E. Wegner founded the firm on personal relationships and putting client needs above all. Today, the firm's 3rd generation owners still believe in and carry out this philosophy.

Wegner CPAs have grown steadily throughout its 65-year history, providing services such as
accounting systems consulting, bookkeeping, compliance audits, employee benefit plan audits, business planning, valuations, litigation support, forensic accounting, mergers & acquisitions, real estate transactions & planning and tax planning & compliance.
This has allowed them to develop the business, over a course of six decades, in addition to their main office in Madison they have offices in Baraboo, Pewaukee, Janesville, New York, and Washington DC.

With a multi-lingual, multi discipline staff of 115 supervised by 11 partners Wegner CPAs, LLP serve their national and international clients in numerous languages including English, Spanish, Turkish, Mandarin, Chinese, Russian, Hindi, German, French


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