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One third of Brits would go into debt to solve a gap in their finances, R3 research shows
13 February 2020
More than three out of ten British adults (34%) say they would be most likely to take on extra debt if they were faced with a sudden gap in their finances, according to new research from R3.
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R3’s Chief Executive to Depart
13 January 2020
R3, the insolvency and restructuring trade association, has announced that its chief executive, Emma Lovell, will be leaving the organisation for a new role on 24 April 2019.
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Third of British businesses concerned about Brexit supply chain impact, R3 research finds
07 October 2019
One third (33%) of UK businesses are concerned about the potential impact Brexit will have on their suppliers and customers, according to new research from R3, the insolvency and restructuring body.
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Three in ten British adults spent more than they received in income in the past month
14 May 2019
Three in ten (28%) British adults ran a 'deficit budget' in the past month, spending more during the month than they received in income, according to new research from R3, the insolvency trade body, and ComRes.
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Duncan Swift becomes president of insolvency and restructuring trade body R3
08 May 2019
Duncan Swift, Corporate Advisory Services Partner and Head of the Food Advisory Group at Moore Stephens, has been appointed president of insolvency and restructuring trade body R3.
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R3’s UK personal finances bulletin – April 2019
15 April 2019
Two in five ( 40% ) British adults are at least fairly worried about their current level of debt, while the same proportion ( 40% ) say they sometimes or often struggle to make it to payday, according to research by insolvency and restructuring trade body R3.
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One in ten UK companies could be a ‘zombie business’
27 December 2018
Over one in ten (11%) UK companies is just paying the interest on its debts, rather than repaying the debt itself, according to new research from insolvency and restructuring trade body R3.
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Unexpected bill of just £20 would prove difficult or impossible to pay immediately for 1 in 5 British adults
22 December 2018
One in five British adults (20%) would find it somewhat difficult, very difficult or impossible to immediately pay an unexpected bill for an amount as little as £20, without assistance from an external source, according to new research from R3, the insolvency trade body, and ComRes.
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1 in 5 British adults has had an outstanding credit card balance for at least six months
10 July 2018
One-in-five (22%) British adults have had an outstanding credit card balance for at least six months, including the 4% of British adults who have had an outstanding balance for over five years, according to a survey of over 2,000 British adults by insolvency trade body R3
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One in four UK companies hit by domino effect of another company’s insolvency in last six months
26 June 2018
Over a quarter (26%) of UK companies have suffered a hit to their finances following the insolvency of a customer, supplier or debtor in the last six months, according to new research from R3, the insolvency and restructuring trade body.
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