Terhi Sygrove

Recoveries Manager

Terhi Sygrove is a debt recovery specialist and head of the debt recovery department at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors.

Specialisms

Commercial and Consumer Debt Recovery
Credit Control
Debt Recovery for Landlords & Tenants

Approach

Terhi is able to provide expert legal advice on commercial and consumer debt recovery and credit control both nationally and internationally.

Terhi represents unpaid creditors, suppliers, liquidators and also advises on credit control procedures and practice. Terhi is a committee member of the East Midlands Branch of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management and also represents the firm in the League International for Creditors (LIC), a global network of credit and legal professionals. Terhi is based at our Lace Market office in the heart of Nottingham.

Terhi also advises and represents landlords and letting agents in relation to the recovery of rent arrears and possession proceedings.

As part of the dispute resolution department Terhi supports the team in other litigation disputes, particularly in relation to disputed small claims and insolvency matters.

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Terhi Sygrove's Experience

Memberships & Accreditations

Member of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (MCICM)
Committee Member of the East Midlands Branch of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management
League International for Creditors (LIC)

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