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Deloitte collects nightclub case

Deloitte LLP has been appointed to the administration of a chain of bars and clubs across England and Wales. Read full story

Conference football club avoids administration

Newly promoted Conference side Salisbury City Football Club has settled its debts with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and a winding up order filed on 8 May is to be dismissed. Read full story

CPS charges HMRC worker over bungs

A press officer for HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has been charged by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) for conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office. Read full story

ICAEW declares £1.2m loss

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) has announced a £1.2m loss in 2012, according to its latest annual review. Read full story

Travel boss banned for 15 years

The director of a holiday company has received a 15-year director disqualification – the maximum length of disqualification – following an investigation by the Insolvency Service. Read full story

Wilson Field streamlines recoveries

Wilson Field has streamlined the company’s management of cash recoveries into the business to aid the firm’s continued growth. Read full story

Agenda confirmed for TMA Europe

The ethical responsibilities of businesses will be high on the agenda at Turnaround Management Association Europe’s annual conference in London next month. Read full story

Disqualified director given prison sentence

A disqualified director that continued to control a company has been sentenced to six months imprisonment by Snaresbrook Crown Court. Read full story

FRP forms Irish alliance

Restructuring and recovery firm FRP Advisory has formed an alliance with Irish recovery firm, Friel Stafford. Read full story

Baker Tilly appointed to pub group

Baker Tilly Restructuring and Recovery LLP has been appointed to the administration of a group of public houses across the East Midlands region. Read full story

RSM Tenon heads for £2.8m profit

Accountancy group RSM Tenon could post 2013 profits of £2.8m following a £5.5m arbitration settlement. Read full story

Thomas Cook plans £400m rights issue

Travel group Thomas Cook is hoping to bolster its cash position through a £400 million rights issue. Read full story

RBS reports £826m profit in first quarter results

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has returned to profitability after it posted a pre-tax profit of £826m in the first quarter of 2013. Read full story

Corporate insolvencies in decline

Company liquidations in England and Wales dropped to 3,619 in the first quarter of 2013, down 15.8% on a year earlier, according to the latest figures. Read full story

Hampshire football woes continue

Troubled Aldershot Town FC has today been placed into administration, five days after relegation from the Football League. Read full story

Illegal hire boss banned

The director of an Indian restaurant has been disqualified from acting as a director for eight years, following an investigation by The Insolvency Service. Read full story

Farnborough FC enters administration

Farnborough FC has become the latest football club to enter administration, with Walsh Taylor appointed to the case. Read full story

Largest UK coal miner seeks way forward

The UK’s largest coal mining company, UK Coal Operations, is reportedly seeking voluntary liquidation, putting 2,000 jobs, and the value of 6,800 workers’ pensions at risk. Read full story

Twice-banned boss clamped

The disqualified director of a car-clamping company has been convicted for the second time of acting as a director of Regional Clamping Services (UK) Ltd whilst disqualified. Read full story

Baker Tilly confirms yacht manufacturer redundancies

Baker Tilly Restructuring and Recovery has confirmed redundancy notices have been given to 234 employees of Sealine International Ltd, a manufacturer of luxury yachts. Read full story