At 12.30 today, The Chancellor addressed the House and the Nation regarding his 3 Point Plan to re-open the economy by supporting businesses and employees.
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On 6 December 2019 Mark Tailby and Graham Wolloff were appointed as Joint Administrators of Best Asset Management Limited. Any interested parties should contact our
As you may be aware, several months ago HMRC transferred the responsibility of dealing with solvent liquidations (or MVLs) from their offices in Worthing to
Statistics revealed that personal insolvencies were substantially higher in the first quarter of this year compared to the previous year, and also increased from the
Research recently published by R3, the insolvency and re-structuring trade body, shows that some 79,000 businesses (4%) say they would be unable to repay their
Recent reports suggest that the Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) hold some serious concerns about the rapid growth of consumer borrowing
90,930 people became insolvent across England and Wales during 2016. This represents a rise of 13.1% from 2015 and the first annual increase since 2010.
Section 127 of the Insolvency Act 1986 (“The Act”) applies to transactions entered into by a company between the date of issue of a winding
The introduction of the new Insolvency Rules on 6 April 2017 will bring significant protocol changes for creditors as well as for the Insolvency Profession.
We all know a registered office is a legal requirement for corporate bodies (typically limited companies and limited liability partnerships) in the UK. Its sole
As you may already be aware, the existing Insolvency Rules have been under review for some time as Insolvency was the subject of a government
A review undertaken by the Law Commission has made recommendations on the way consumer deposits and retail vouchers should be treated following the insolvency of
On 14 March 2016 a Winding-up Order was made by the High Court in England to put WSB Investment Ltd; a company which formerly traded
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) most recent Trade Credit Insurance survey has shown a 19% increase in the number of claims from the previous