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Government eyes insolvency reforms

After the collapse of construction giant Carillion a consultation is being launched over planned action against “irresponsible” company directors, with the government planning insolvency...

Number of restaurants going bust increase by 20%

Research produced by Moore Stephens has shown that the number of restaurants going bust has increased by 20% in the past year. Stephens’s figures show...

Increased Business Insolvencies Expected

As Brexit is fast approaching, increased Business Insolvencies are expected. According to Euler Hermes, insolvencies in the UK with rise by 8% in 2018 with...

Late payment is the silent assassin of UK Businesses

According to research from Bacs, more than 50,000 British small firms are closing every year, being owed £14.2bn in unpaid debt. Getting clients to pay...

Debt management directors banned after causing public distress

Following an in-depth investigation by the Insolvency Service, Stephen Anthony Wooley and Kevin John Dursley, Directors of a debt management business were banned. The investigation...

Brit facing life sentence for unpaid cheques

Essentially life in prison in the UK or Europe is usually related to a serious violent crime, this is not the case in Qatar....

British Businesses facing liquidation hits a four-year high

With one in every 213 companies falling in to liquidation last year, British businesses bankruptcy has hit a four year high. Official figures which were...

Music festival cancelled as firm collapses

The Company behinds Shropshire's largest music festival has applied for a Creditors Voluntary liquidation. 'Shrewsbury Fields forever' festival had been scheduled to be held...

Business experts predict liquidation boom

  Leading figures in British Business have warned of a possible boom in Company liquidations over the next 3 months amid fears of new tax rules. Thousands...

Concern as number of UK company liquidations rises

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...