An independent review of pre-packaged insolvency sales will begin in late Spring, the Government has said.
New figures from DEMSA member EuroDebt Financial Services reveal that nearly 1 in 4 (23.6%) of its clients fell into debt as a result of a loss of income.
The number of compulsory company liquidations in England and Wales rose by a staggering 53.1% during the first quarter of 2014, compared with the...
Private equity firm AnaCap announced yesterday it had agreed to sell British consumer debt collector Cabot Credit Management (CCM) to U.S. investment firm JC Flowers.
A Debt Purchasing and Collections Company has been forced to write off £414m worth of debt after failings within its dilligence processes. 'Motormile Finance UK'...
New figures show that 27 of Glasgow’s Councillors have been warned for failing to pay their council tax. In the last 2 years, 27 Councillors have been sent reminder...
New laws that come into effect this weekend will see Bailiffs banned from entering homes at night and from using physical force against debtors....
Britons are becoming increasingly confident in the outlook for the housing market, according to the latest Halifax Housing Market Confidence tracker.
British construction output posted the smallest annual fall in almost a year and a half in Apri
A debt collection business that takes non-payers to court has emerged as the buyer of £450 million of Northern Rock’s bad loans.