Many businesses fail because they have missed the warning signs that could have sparked action to prevent disaster.
The insolvency industry is finding itself increasingly in the spotlight, most recently on how insolvency practitioners can deliver the best possible outcome to all creditors.
My client is sufferring in the current economic climate.
With insolvency experts predicting an increase in company failures, evidence is emerging that HMRC is adopting a harder line on outstanding debts and voluntary agreements.
As most of us know, extra statutory concession C16 is on its last legs and will probably be replaced by legislation which (HMRC propose) will be exactly the same except that final distributions wil
Scott-Moncrieff has acquired the Glasgow-based Corporate Recovery practice of Moore Stephens LLP for an undisclosed sum.
On Monday 8 October, Rok plc announced that it had asked the Finanical Services Authority to suspend its listing and trading in its shares following a decision to put the company into administratio
My client has decided to call it a day and declare her company insolvent and close the business. There is little money left and only a few assets that can sold and certainly not enough to pay all
Connaught won’t be the last private sector firm to go under following the dry up of public sector contracts, predict insolvency experts Carl Bowles and John Alexander.
Government spending cuts are having a knock-on effect on the private sector, with an increase in the number of supplier businesses going bust.