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Restructuring News - 14 11 2017

Disrupting Financial Distress - the ICAS insolvency and restructuring conference

This week I held my third and final ICAS restructuring conference as chair and I find myself reflecting on what has happened over the last 12 months and, indeed, during the three years I have chaired the conference.

Restructuring News - 06 11 2017

Interest rate increases – what does it mean for individuals and businesses?

The Bank of England have voted to increase UK interest rates for the first time in more than a decade. Interest rates were adjusted from 0.25 per cent to 0.5 per cent in a bid to keep a lid on inflation. Although the announcement itself didn’t come as a surprise, it was significant in my house as it marked the first time interest rates had risen since I got my mortgage. So what is the potential impact on borrowing costs for individuals and businesses?

Restructuring News - 01 11 2017

Liquidators appointed at The Yorkshire Meatball Company

James Sleight and John Twizell from PKF Geoffrey Martin & Co were appointed Joint Liquidators of The Yorkshire Meatball Company on 19 October 2017

Restructuring News - 31 10 2017

Restructuring and Business Finance team grows

Our Midlands Restructuring and Business Finance team continues to grow, offering transformational advice to ailing businesses and access to finance at key stages in their development, helping them to survive and prosper.

Restructuring News - 30 10 2017

Renewables sector under pressure

Despite the UK Government’s stated commitment to a low carbon future, the Green Alliance has indicated that investment in wind, solar, biomass and waste to energy projects will decline by 95% between 2017 and 2020.

Restructuring News - 25 10 2017

Debt Recovery - Carrot or Stick?

We are all in business to be paid, whether that is a professional services firm like ours or you are manufacturing widgets. When customers engage, they expect to have to pay for your services or goods and when you have robust credit control procedures you would hope they would pay within your credit terms.

Restructuring News - 23 10 2017

Creditor services – make the best of a bad situation

Unfortunately, customers and suppliers do fail. It is, if you subscribe to Robert Peston’s view, a positive reflection on the economy as he believes growth doesn’t resume at any great speed until unviable and inefficient businesses are put out of their misery.

Restructuring News - 13 10 2017

Employee debt – how you can support your team.

Your employees are the lifeblood of your business. They help you achieve your goals and in many cases, they’re the reason you stand out from your competitors. We know that happy employees tend to be more productive, but did you know that personal debt and its impact on staff wellbeing has become a key issue across the UK?

Restructuring News - 11 10 2017

A healthcheck for your business

Is your business in the best possible shape? Are you making the most of the opportunities available to you? Here are five things to think about:

Restructuring News - 10 10 2017

Funding your Business

Possibly the most common type of funding is loans from banks. Loans can be a good source of finance for businesses, as they’re usually for a fixed time and have a fixed repayment amount each month, which helps with cashflow planning. In this article, we take an in-depth look at some of the types of funding available for your business.

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