Marshall’s plan for bailiff company Empire
Empire’s Stewart Marshall offers his uncompromising take on why the debt recovery sector needs to re-invent itself
Stewart Marshall set up Empire Enforcement three years ago with the aim of providing both clients and debtors with a “better deal”. Having served five years in the army and a further seven in the Royal Marines, Marshall became an environmental health officer at Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, dealing chiefly with noise and pollution issues, and court warrants. He then became a bailiff with Torquay-based firm Smiths before moving to “a larger national company”.