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Partners from Deloitte restructuring services have taken over the distinctive City skyscraper at 30 St Mary Axe in the City of London, better known as the 'Gherkin'.


This case highlights HMRC's increasingly aggressive approach to the collection of tax, but also shows the satisfactory outcome that HMRC are being treated in the same way as other creditors and can

What are the advantages of Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation?

The main advantages of a Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) are:

A Ltd is a full subsidiary of B Ltd.

A is taken into administration and liquidated resulting in capital losses. B wishes to utilise these losses via group relief.


On a number of occasions recently, company directors have contacted us because of problems they have experienced when they tried to dissolve their companies.

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An MP accused HMRC last week in a parliamentary debate of pursuing a “disgraceful vendetta” and called into question the professional competence and integrity of


The number of zombie businesses – those only abl


We acted for a property development company which went underwater in 2009 when RBS suddenly withdrew all funding and put in a receiver on the property site which they had as security.


Insolvency practitioners and accountancy firms working in tandem with business banks are struggling with more negative publicity and calls for a regulatory crackdown on conflicts of interest follow