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Mother and son given 21 year director ban

The mother and son director team of a coach travel company have been disqualified from acting as company directors for a total of 21 years. Read full story


Late payments a cause for concern

Late payments by customers for goods and services are responsible for 20% of insolvency events, according to research from trade body R3. Read full story


Insolvency Service axes Hull branch

Following a three-week review, the Insolvency Service has announced it will close its Hull branch with the possible loss of 45 jobs. Read full story


Insolvency & Restructuring Conference 2014: Review

More than 700 delegates, 100 speakers and 40-plus exhibitors gathered at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster yesterday to participate in the credit and insolvency industry’s largest daytime event. Read full story


Weekly moves

A weekly round up of new hires and moves within the insolvency and restructuring industry Read full story


Security director disqualified for seven years

The director of a Huddersfield-based security company has been disqualified from acting as a director for seven years. Read full story


Weekly moves

A weekly round up of new hires and moves within the insolvency and restructuring industry Read full story


Pubs directors disqualified for 13 years

Two directors of a pub management company have been disqualified from acting as company directors for a total of 13 years for failing to pay creditors. Read full story


Weekly moves

A weekly round up of new hires and moves within the insolvency and restructuring industry Read full story


Banking group pledges additional £1bn to SMEs in 2014

Lloyds Banking Group has revealed it is to increase its net lending to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK by £1bn this year. Read full story


Insolvency Service amends fee structure

The Insolvency Service has today (13 March) announced increases to the fees paid during insolvency processes, “in line with inflation”. Read full story


New insolvency recommendations from European Commission

The European Commission (EC) has announced a series of “common principles” for national insolvency processes across its member states. Read full story


Hotelier banned for accounting failures

A Torquay hotelier and company director has been disqualified from acting as a company director for six years for failing to maintain “proper books and records”. Read full story


Co-op boss Sutherland resigns

Co-operative Group chief executive Euan Sutherland has resigned, claiming the mutual is “ungovernable”. Read full story


OFT raises competition concerns in SME banking

The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has warned of “competition concerns” in the small and medium-sized enterprise (SMEs) lending market in an update on its market study. Read full story


Jenny Willott to address I&R conference on fee reform

Jenny Willott MP, of the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), will address delegates at the Insolvency & Restructuring conference, part of April 3rd’s Credit Summit at the QEII conference centre in London Read full story


Monday moves

A weekly round up of new hires and moves within the insolvency industry Read full story


The Insolvency & Rescue Awards, sponsored by Capa, are now open for entries

The Insolvency & Rescue Awards, sponsored by Capa, are back for the seventh year in a row to celebrate the leading individuals and businesses of the industry. Read full story


Director trio banned for 24 years

Three directors of a betting investment and information company have been disqualified from acting as directors for a total of 24 years. Read full story


Insolvency advice firm in provisional liquidation

A Chesterfield-based insolvency advice firm has been ordered into provisional liquidation on public interest grounds. Read full story