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December 2013
  • Opinion: Simon Thomas, Moorfields Corporate Recovery
  • Christmas Day marks start of disqualification period
  • Grub on the Go ceases trading
  • Farepak Christmas savings money still unclaimed
  • Landlords should build relationships with IPs
  • R3's Personal Debt Snapshot
  • ...and more...

 

 

November 2013
 
  • Opinion: Dr James Bickford Smith, Barrister, Littleton Chambers
  • Administrators name doomed Blockbuster branches
  • Howard Morris joins MoFo in London
  • MyWardrobe.com sold in a pre-pack deal
  • Quarterly individual and corporate insolvency figures a surprise
  • Adam Smith Institute Report provokes R3 comment on zombie companies
  • ...and more...

 

 

October 2013
  • Opinion: Jon Welsby, Insolvency Assist Community Interest Company
  • Turnaround investors are an increasingly important part of corporate restructuring
  • Zombie companies starving The Insolvency Service of vital funding
  • Developer administration grinds cricket ground hotel build to a halt
  • R3 named education and training provider of the year
  • ...and more...

 

 

September 2013
  • Opinion: Tim Harford, micro-economist, journalist, author and broadcaster
  • Cobbetts administration costs hit £1.7m
  • Unregulated businesses wound up
  • EWC will stay in business
  • Burford Capital reports significant activity ahead of Jackson reforms
  • Businesses cautious about recovery
  • R3 shortlisted for an award
  • ...and more...

 

 

August 2013
  • Opinion: Graham Rumney, R3
  • The PPF names Experian as new Insolvency risk provider
  • nitenite back in business
  • Coventry City FC faces liquidation
  • Hearts stopped by embargo
  • One year on, are sports club & facilities feeling the post-Olympic benefits?
  • Corporate and personal insolvencies increase in Q2 2013
  • ...and more...

 

 

July 2013
  • Opinion: Samantha Hawkins, Hawkins and Company
  • House building sector helps lead recovery
  • UK Coal pension scheme deal continues
  • Directors who targeted the elderly and vulnerable banned
  • Personal debt still haunts Britons
  • Payday loan still in demand by young adults
  • Director disqualifications, fees and pre-packs
  • ...and more...

 

 

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June 2013
  • Opinion: Michael Zuckerman, Redress Solutions LLP
  • Construction sector looking up
  • Children's charity insolvent
  • Hearts FC enters administration
  • Kempson Report IP fees
  • ASA action against advert that denigrated IPs
  • ...and more...

 

 

May 2013
  • Opinion:  Dr Vince Cable
  • Editor's View - Chris Laughton
  • Goldtrail boss disqualified
  • Jackson reforms unwound
  • Number of liquidations and other insolvencies drops
  • Take part in R3 research: the impact of the Jackson Survey
  • ...and more...

 

April 2013
  • Opinion: Peter Whalley of James Cowper LLP - An open letter to Dr Vince Cable
  • Lehman Brothers Europe creditors likely to get full repayment
  • NHS Trust going into administration
  • Businessmen disqualified
  • Chris Laughton honoured
  • R3 and Jo Swinson back participation in EU regulation
  • Simple living costs pushing people into debt
  • ...and more...

 

 

March 2013
  • Disqualified director's companies wound up
  • NFP firm calls in liquidators
  • Pompey contracts exchanged
  • Enfield no longer dealing with Incasso
  • Independent review of pre-packs announced
  • Fall in construction output
  • ...and more...

 

February 2013
  • Opinion: Jim Luby, of McStay Luby, gives his views on the new Irish Personal Insolvency Act
  • World renowned Axminster calls in administrators
  • DWF acquires Cobbetts
  • Neptune Renewable Energy goes into liquidation
  • Martine McCutcheon declared bankrupt
  • ...and more...

 

January 2013
Recovery Autumn 2012
  • Introduction by Chris Laughton
  • Administrators at BDO are looking for buyers for Brimar
  • Virgin Megastore France declares insolvency
  • Reader's Digest restructuring
  • Two new Silks at Erskine Chambers
  • ...and more...

 

December  2012
Recovery Summer 2012
  • Welcome to Recovery News
  • Drive Assist goes into administration
  • Solar technology firm G24i bought out of administration
  • Lord Mayor of London
  • ...and more...

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