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Insolvency

COVID-19: OPTIONS AND PROTECTION AVAILABLE TO COMPANIES IN DISTRESS

Trying to do the right thing by the company’s employees, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders whilst ensuring ongoing compliance with their fiduciary duties will be challenging, however, changes have been made to the insolvency regime to provide directors with breathing space to explore their options.

Improving your credit score

Any organisation or individual requiring credit should be aware of how they will be assessed for credit risk.  One of the tools used by any potential lender or supplier will be the borrower’s credit score also known as a rating.  A borrower may not know what their score is from one day to another but should be aware of how it is assessed and viewed.

Improving your credit score

Any organisation or individual requiring credit should be aware of how they will be assessed for credit risk.  One of the tools used by any potential lender or supplier will be the borrower’s credit score also known as a rating.  A borrower may not know what their score is from one day to another but should be aware of how it is assessed and viewed.

COVID-19: OPTIONS AND PROTECTION AVAILABLE TO COMPANIES IN DISTRESS

Directors will naturally be concerned as to their conduct during the current pandemic. Trying to do the right thing by the company’s employees, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders whilst ensuring ongoing compliance with their fiduciary duties will be challenging, however, changes are being made to the insolvency regime to provide directors with breathing space to explore their options, whilst protecting them from risk of personal liability.  

COVID-19: OPTIONS AND PROTECTION AVAILABLE TO COMPANIES IN DISTRESS

Directors will naturally be concerned as to their conduct during the current pandemic. Trying to do the right thing by the company’s employees, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders whilst ensuring ongoing compliance with their fiduciary duties will be challenging, however, changes are being made to the insolvency regime to provide directors with breathing space to explore their options, whilst protecting them from risk of personal liability.  

COVID-19: INSOLVENCY MEASURES & THE PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS

The Government announced on 28 March 2020 new insolvency measures to support businesses under pressure as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Below, we explore below the proposed amendments to insolvency law and some of the other practical implications that have arisen due to social distancing guidance.

COVID-19: INSOLVENCY MEASURES & THE PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS

The Government announced on 28 March 2020 new insolvency measures to support businesses under pressure as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Below, we explore below the proposed amendments to insolvency law and some of the other practical implications that have arisen due to social distancing guidance.

Don't fall for this scam

The Insolvency Service has issued a warning that fraudsters have been contacting investors in insolvent schemes claiming to be from the Official Receiver's office or to have been appointed by the Official Receiver to help recover funds for a fee.

What restrictions are there during bankruptcy?

Once a debtor has entered bankruptcy, he or she has certain restrictions placed on their actions and conduct. Neil Dingley of Moore Recovery Stoke on Trent explains the restrictions on individuals during bankruptcy.

Business in decline? – Signs to prompt early action

There are multiple warning signs before a business becomes insolvent, however, these signs can be easily overlooked. Especially by directors and owners who have a very ‘hands-on’ approach when running their business. 

Increase in business liquidations caused by Brexit uncertainty

The number of businesses being wound up has soared to the highest level for five years as firms fight to deal with rising interest rates and Brexit disruption.

Increase in business liquidations caused by Brexit uncertainty

The number of businesses being wound up has soared to the highest level for five years as firms fight to deal with rising interest rates and Brexit disruption.

Accountants Moore add to growing restructuring and insolvency team

As part of its commitment to broaden services and to meet increasing client demand, Chris Tate FCA, has joined Moore (South) LLP’s leading Restructuring and Insolvency team as a director.

Accountants Moore add to growing restructuring and insolvency team

As part of its commitment to broaden services and to meet increasing client demand, Chris Tate FCA, has joined Moore (South) LLP’s leading Restructuring and Insolvency team as a director.

Disqualified from acting as a director

When a director has been found guilty of mismanagement verging on fraud, one of the remedies that the courts can impose is disqualification as a director. But what does this actually mean?  

Disqualified from acting as a director

When a director has been found guilty of mismanagement verging on fraud, one of the remedies that the courts can impose is disqualification as a director. But what does this actually mean?  

Insolvency and corporate governance – group structures

On 26 August 2018, the Government issued its response to its consultation on insolvency and corporate governance. Here’s a summary of the key themes, their effects and tips on how you can prepare for the future.

Travel agency insolvencies fall 30% in five years as businesses adapt to internet revolution

The number of travel agency and tour operators going insolvent has fallen by 30% in the last five years from 47 to 33 per annum as the impact of the internet slows

What will be in the Budget on 22 November?

Philip Hammond will present his second Budget on 22 November. What principles will guide his decisions, and what tax measures will be the result?  

What will be in the Budget on 22 November?

Philip Hammond will present his second Budget on 22 November. What principles will guide his decisions, and what tax measures will be the result?  

Anyone for a wall?

The Restructuring & Insolvency team are delighted to announce that Duncan Swift, a partner at Moore, has been appointed Deputy Vice President of R3, the insolvency and restructuring trade body with effect from 7 July 2017.  

Anyone for a wall?

The Restructuring & Insolvency team are delighted to announce that Duncan Swift, a partner at Moore, has been appointed Deputy Vice President of R3, the insolvency and restructuring trade body with effect from 7 July 2017.  

The Domino Effect

The insolvency profession and the digital age

The Domino Effect

The insolvency profession and the digital age

Interest rate rise would mean over 18,000 extra insolvencies by 2020

Government calculations have forecast an additional 18,000 people will go insolvent by 2020 should interest rates rise just 1%.

WATERSIDE SPORTS AND SOCIAL CLUB (“WSSC”)

The Board of Directors of WSSC took the decision to suspend trading on Monday 12th December 2016.

WATERSIDE SPORTS AND SOCIAL CLUB (“WSSC”)

The Board of Directors of WSSC took the decision to suspend trading on Monday 12th December 2016.