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January 2018
  • Sub-contractors may suffer the fallout of Carillion
  • Subject to an insolvency that's not your fault?
  • Pre-packaged construction
  • Not-so-faulty towers
  • Hartlepool fighting for a good save
  • Coventry gym hits the wall
  • Sheet metal firm liquidated
  • The work of the insolvency profession in tackling rescue directors
  • Q4 2017 insolvency statistics - R3 comments
  • ...and more...
November/December 2017
 
  • Scottish government steps in for BiFab
  • In-flight checks fro insolvency processes
  • Palmer & Harvey enters administration
  • Care homes operator on tightrope above administration
  • Another restaurant on the barbeque
  • Feather & George in administration
  • Airline insolvency review risks duplication of effort
  • Over one-third of British adults with a common credit product would struggle to afford 1% interest rate rise
  • ...and more...
October 2017
  • Celebrity golf course in administration
  • Margate theme park steps off the debt rollercoaster
  • Without sugar
  • Money laundering and Chinese takeaway
  • Lufthansa swoops down on Alitalia and Air Berlin
  • Furniture director disqualified
  • UK insolvency framework is OECD's best for zombie-busting
  • FCA to carry out review into the debt management sector
  • ...and more...
September 2017
  • Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy
  • Easy way out for Air Berlin
  • Sunderland dodges financial foul
  • Bell Pottinger insolvent
  • New life for biotech firm
  • Law firm finally folds
  • R3's UK personal finances bulletin
  • Government right to look into insolvency bonding
  • ...and more...
August 2017
  • Competition law caveat for Air Berlin
  • Miner opts for administration over takeover
  • Apprenticeship & training provider in administration
  • Power cut for contractor
  • Government adapts 'encouraging approach to post-Brexit cross-border insolvencies
  • Sharp drop in underlying corporate and personal insolvencies in Q2 2017
  • ...and more...

 

July 2017
  • Construction sector at risk
  • Higher target for Insolvency service
  • Scottish hotels bought out of administration
  • Flood causes administration
  • Hundreds of companies linked to tax avoidance liquidated
  • Fashion retailer unravels
  • R3 comments on the Scottish Insolvency statistics, Q1 2017-18
  • Making Tax Digital: the implications for insolvency and restructuring processes
  • ...and more...
June 2017
 
  • Textbook rescue for textile maker
  • A fashionable pre-pack rescue
  • Line cut for broadband provider
  • Ruffled pages for book website
  • Dealership goes off road
  • Chappell liquidation
  • Much-needed business rescue reforms placed in doubt by Queen's Speech
  • The implications of the general election result for the insolvency and restructuring profession
  • ...and more...

 

May 2017
  • Possible meltdown for nuclear funding
  • Pensions lifeboat sails after Cluttons
  • Puncture for cycle clothing chain
  • UKIP MEP bankruptcy
  • Driving to solvency
  • General Election 2017: Insolvency and restructuring policy priorities for the next government
  • Insolvency skills increasingly valuable as demand for advisory work grows
  • ...and more...

  

April/May 2017
  • Sports Direct temp agency gives notice
  • Bankruptcy restriction for £8.5m scam mastermind
  • Italian flag carrier struggles to take off again
  • Administration bites Burger King
  • CovPress Assembly Limited in administration
  • UK tech start-up rescued
  • ...and more...
March 2017
  • Bootmaker on the brink
  • Leyton Orient in danger
  • Care crises continues
  • Director violates ban
  • Phil Shiner bankrupt
  • Insolvency Practitioner bonding
  • Budget 2017
  • ...and more...
February 2017
  • Accounts in administration
  • Packaged out of administration
  • Beds and Brexit
  • Greetings cards rescued
  • Historic crafts company ceases trading
  • Government's pension green paper
  • A new single financial guidance body
  • ...and more...
January 2017
  • KMW falls into administration
  • More law firms in crisis
  • Post-Brexit increase in insolvencies
  • Top Gear car maker stalls
  • Government, Parliament, insolvency and restructuring in 2016
  • 2016 insolvencies up from 2015 
  • ...and more...

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