Back issues 2014

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December 2014
  • In focus: Giles Frampton
    Small companies face being locked out of the insolvency process
  • Looming limbo for Livingston Lions
  • Crystal ball in workers' court
  • Fan-funded football clubs: expert witnesses sought
  • Discount directors pay high price
  • R3 public affairs team scoops award
  • ...and more...

 

 

November 2014
 
  • In focus: Paul Moorhead
    Tackling public perception of the insolvency profession
  • David James bankruptcy auction gets underway
  • Bad news for aircraft businesses
  • IVA outcome figures figures released
  • R3 in Scotland backs unified approach to corporate insolvency
  • ...and more...

 

 

October 2014
  • In focus: Meila Hirst
    Is CRAR working for landlords - and what has it meant for IPs?
  • Debt troubles in Scotland at their lowest level since April 2008
  • ERH Construction arm to go into administration
  • Airport job losses - and gains
  • F1 car maker in administration
  • ...and more...

 

 

September 2014
  • Opinion: Paul Hemming
    Gearing - how much is too much?
  • Phones 4U bondholders' offer rejected as administrators look to break up the business
  • Sports bar job losses
  • Mamas & Papas Retail CVA approved
  • Top marks award
  • Debt concentrated on a small proportion of Britons
  • Interest rate rise could help over-65s
  • ...and more...

 

 

July 2014
  • Opinion: Tim Cooper
    A view of the Graham Report from north of the border
  • Twelve jobs saved in golf club rescue
  • Pupils' future in doubt as school enters administration
  • DWF continues to contest contract award
  • British manufacturer hit by overseas competition
  • Lack of jobs linked to personal insolvency hotspots
  • Company and key supplier termination clauses under scrutiny
  • ...and more...

 

 

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June 2014
  • Opinion: Eamon Wall
    New HMRC cash grab powers
  • Leading virtual mobile services group enters liquidation
  • Football club exits administration
  • New partners at Taylors
  • Sportswear pair banned
  • Seeds of recovery in agriculture
  • ...and more...

 

 

May 2014
  • Opinion: Andrew Watling
  • Disqualification for CFS Furniture directors
  • Devastating impact of debt on children
  • Ann Budge confirmed as Hearts FC chair
  • Scrap metal firm enters administration
  • Comment on the Q1 2014 insolvency statistics for England and Wales
  • ...and more...

 

April 2014
  • Opinion: Simon Davenport QC
  • Nearly 100 jobs lost at Norking Aluminium
  • Financial Services company in admninistration
  • Joint administrators publish RSM Tenon free report
  • One fifth of all business insolvencies caused by late payments
  • UK business distress hits record low
  • Britons more likely to use payday loans than credit union
  • ...and more...

 

 

March 2014
  • News Update: Giles Frampton
    The UK's creditor community will lose out if changes are made to IP fee calculations
  • Insolvency threat to ICT companies
  • Award-winning stonemasonry company enters administration
  • Landmark Manx administration case
  • Insolvency firm ordered into provisional liquidation
  • Debtor's petition a fee too far
  • ...and more...

 

February 2014
  • Opinion: Chris Laughton
    European Insolvency Regulation amendments - what is currently proposed?
  • North South divide remains as shop vacancies fall
  • Rangers FC denies insolvency event imminent
  • Firm of solicitors enters administration
  • Quarterly insolvency statistics provoke comment
  • ...and more...

 

January 2014
Recovery Autumn 2012
  • Opinion: Amy Flavell
    What to do in the face of creditor apathy?
  • Warning issued to Hartmann Capital clients
  • Cash4phones in liquidation
  • Buyer sought for guitar supplier
  • Growth evident in latest R3 BDI results
  • ...and more...

 

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