8,000 jobs may be at risk if Clinton Cards goes into administration »

According to word coming from Clinton Cards, the company may be headed towards administration which could potentially place the jobs of more than Read more…

Think Money welcomes plans for ‘simpler’ bankruptcy
17 Nov
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Think Money welcomes plans for ‘simpler’ bankruptcy »

Financial solutions company Think Money has welcomed new plans, announced by the Government, to ‘streamline’ the bankruptcy process – which could cut Read more…

Entire MS Global US staff fired now all eyes on UK
14 Nov
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Entire MS Global US staff fired now all eyes on UK »

It seems as though the debt crisis in the eurozone has far reaching tentacles that have impacted everyone from individuals to corporations to Read more…

North East of England Seeing Fewer Insolvent Takeovers
13 Aug
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

North East of England Seeing Fewer Insolvent Takeovers »

At the height of the debt crisis which peaked in 2009, the North East of England saw a record number of insolvent businesses Read more…

Insolvency Hit Record High in 2010 »

Record amounts of people were proclaimed insolvent in England and Wales during the past year.

An all-time high of 135,089 persons were announced Read more…

Insolvency Firms May Face Legislation Change »

Insolvency practitioners could be banned from getting appointed as administrators of companies where they have served as restructuring advisers.

An Office of Fair Read more…

Insolvency Service: Recession hit women harder »

It’s unacceptable to hit women, yet the recession seems to have got away with it. According to startling statistics published by the Insolvency Read more…