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Feb 14 Robert Gibbons |
A report by the Council of Mortage Lenders (CML) states that the number of property repossessions during 2012 was just under 34,000 which was the lowest annual total since 2007.
Feb 06 Robert Gibbons |
The Business, Innovation and Skills Committee has today published a report containing a number of conclusions and recommendations resulting from its inquiry into the Insolvency Service.
Feb 04 Robert Gibbons |
An article in the Daily Telegraph reports that 46% of companies have never heard of Real Time Information (RTI).
Feb 01 Robert Gibbons |
The Insolvency Service has announced that the number of firms becoming insolvent fell by 8% during the last quarter of 2012 to 4,593 which is the lowest number since 2007.
Jan 31 Robert Gibbons |
An article in the Daily Telegraph, based on Barclays research, reports that more than one in ten small businesses have failed due to late payment.
Jan 30 Robert Gibbons |
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has issued a consultation document seeking the views of stakeholders to determine whether the proposed new Guidance on Going Concern and Supplement for Banks together with revised auditing standards are appropriate and practical.
Jan 24 Robert Gibbons |
A report in Accountancy Age confirms that the insolvency profession will be exempt from provisions to abolish conditional fee arrangments.
Jan 23 Robert Gibbons |
The Prudential judgement has now been handed down and the Supreme Court has ruled that legal advice privilege does not extend to advice provided by non-lawyers.
Jan 17 Robert Gibbons |
Despite several recent high profile retail insolvencies, the number of corporate insolvencies remains low.
Dec 20 Robert Gibbons |
Following the collapse of Comet, Vince Cable, responding to a question in the House of Commons said that the British insolvency regime was regarded as one of the best internationally, but acknowledged the need for improvement.
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