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Bibby clients record strongest Q1 performance since 2008

Invoice finance provider Bibby Financial Services (BFS) has recorded the highest level of first quarter output among its 4,000 invoice finance clients since 2008. Read full story


Law firm sold via pre-pack deal

The law firm best known as the legal advisor to satirical newspaper Private Eye has been sold out of administration via a pre-pack deal. Read full story


Specialist construction firm enters administration

A Somerset–based firm specialising in the construction of petrol stations has entered administration. Read full story


Deloitte appointed to rescue Gherkin from a pickle

Phil Bowers and Neville Kahn of business advisory firm Deloitte have today (24 April) been appointed Joint Fixed Charge Receivers of 30 St Mary Axe, London. Read full story


Further care home closures imminent

Two Northampton-based nursing homes are facing closure if administrators cannot find a buyer for the businesses. Read full story


Welsh construction group on insolvency brink

Newport-based construction firm Green Hill Construction has confirmed its intent to appoint administrators. Read full story


South coast nursing homes seek buyer

Buyers are being sought for three Dorset-based nursing homes which entered administration earlier this month. Read full story


Co-op unveils £2.5bn losses

Following the announcement last week of £1.3bn of losses for its banking arm, the Co-operative Group today announced total losses of £2.5bn for 2013. Read full story


Albemarle & Bond rescued from administration

Insolvent pawnbroker Albemarle & Bond has been sold out of administration, saving more than 600 jobs and 128 stores. Read full story


Ink manufacturer sold out of administration

A St Helens-based printing ink manufacturer has been sold out of administration, securing 11 jobs. Read full story


Punch Taverns brings in restructuring adviser

Embattled pub group Punch Taverns has brought in an independent restructuring adviser to restructure its £2.3bn debt. Read full story


Creditors to lose £100m in Astracast pre-pack

Creditors for bathroom fittings company Astracast are unlikely to cover their full liabilities as owners HLD Group has put the company into administration over a £90m black hole in its pension fund. Read full story


Footballer helps save pasty company

Former footballer Danny Mills has emerged as one of the saviours of West Cornwall Pasty Company, which entered administration last week. Read full story


Tax consultancy wound up

A Bury-based tax consultancy has been wound up after it “misrepresented its ability to obtain council tax rebates for customers”. Read full story


KPMG picks up testing company administrations

Administrators from KPMG have been appointed to three companies engaged in drug, alcohol and paternity testing. Read full story


People To People Group in administration

Financial services business People To People Group Limited (P2P) has entered administration, with staff left unpaid. Read full story


Deloitte collects Paul Simon administration

A homeware retailer with 51 stores specialising in furniture, curtains and carpets has entered administration. Read full story


Care home operator in administration

The owner of 22 care homes across England has entered administration. Read full story


The Bulls face winding up order

Embattled football club Hereford United is facing the prospect of a second winding-up order in three months. Read full story


Coalfield Resources restructuring pays off as profits jump

The former parent company of the UK’s largest coal mining operation has announced a return to profit following a restructuring of the business. Read full story