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News

Insolvencies dip from previous year

New data from the Insolvency Service shows insolvencies are decreasing

30 January 2015
Features

A day in the life: Lynn Gibson

Lynn Gibson splits her time between two businesses – Gibson Hewitt and Stanley Hill Equestrian Centre. She tells Amy Duff how she goes the distance

27 July 2017
Features

Harris Lipman: getting on

Growing firm Harris Lipman tells Xenia Taliotis it can't afford to stand still

16 July 2014
Opinion

Insolvency litigators turning to third party funding

It is a common misconception that trading whilst insolvent is an offence and one for which directors are personally liable

13 November 2017
News

Personal insolvencies rise thanks to voluntary arrangements

Underlying company’s bankruptcies also rose in Q3 driven by creditors’ voluntary liquidations

27 October 2017
Opinion

The pitfalls of short-termism

Sarah Wicks outlines the danger of impatience in our organisations

3 June 2015
Life

Life after work: chasing ghosts

Former ICAEW president Chris Swinson has been digging into the financial sector’s turbulent past

7 December 2016
Opinion

On the EU insolvency consultation

Taking a look at the impact of the EU insolvency consultation after two years

12 February 2015
News

Merseyside FCA disqualified for four and a half years

Alan Verinder paid directors and connected companies ahead of debts to HMRC

17 November 2017
Features

Breaking down bankruptcy borders

Will changes to EU insolvency rules make cross-border restructurings and liquidations easier?

30 April 2013

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