Barratt Smith and Brown are delighted to announce our appointment by FRP Advisory as the debt recovery partner for the Together Energy administration.
Together Energy will be the 22nd energy administration which Barratt Smith and Brown have been appointed to manage the recoveries. It cements the company’s position as the UK experts in utilities administration debt recovery. Barratt Smith and Brown’s extensive experience in the energy administration arena has enabled the business to develop a detailed understanding of the intricacies of managing these complex collections which often include a high volume of disputes.
As Barratt Smith and Brown CEO Ashley Barratt stated:
“Whilst energy administration recoveries are not regulated by either Ofgem or the FCA, it is our priority to balance meeting the commercial needs of the administrator with delivering fair outcomes for the anxious and often frustrated consumers who have found themselves at the centre of an energy administration through no fault of their own”.
Richard Brown, Sales Director added: “Together Energy will be largest energy administration Barratt Smith and Brown will have handled so far with over 45,838 open accounts. Together Energy will also be the first time we have worked in partnership with FRP Advisory supporting them on their administration recoveries. We are delighted to have been given this opportunity and trust our expertise in optimising results for complex collections such as Together will ensure this will be the beginning of a long term relationship between Barratt Smith and Brown and FRP Advisory.
About Barratt Smith Brown
Leicester based Barratt Smith Brown, has already established a strong reputation for providing market-leading debt collection support to the utilities sector. Leveraging CEO Ashley Barratt’s 15 years of experience at Centrica, they have not only provided outsourced support to key industry players such as Business Stream, Bristol Energy and Shell, but have taken a lead role in managing collections for UK energy administration collections – handing over 75% of energy administration cases since 2018. Their expertise in energy administrations led to their key role in helping