Leading restructuring and insolvency specialists Moorfields Corporate Recovery are pleased to announce they have been shortlisted as finalists “Corporate Recovery Firm of the Year” for the 3rd year running at the Insolvency and Rescue awards.
After having made a significant investment into the UK telecom market over the last several years, the Viacloud UK Group has taken a decision to discontinue its current investment and operations in the UK due to funding related matters.
Moorfields are pleased to announce that they have successfully sold the business and assets of West Country Guns.
Buyers are being sought for new market entrant Bloom.fm, a mobile music streaming business based in London.
A buyer has been found for Ecoigo, an eco friendly taxi business which entered administration on 27 March 2014.
Simon Thomas and Nicholas O’Reilly of leading restructuring and insolvency firm, Moorfields Corporate Recovery LLP, were appointed Administrators of Mike Stacey Limited t/a Stacey Construction and West Country Guns on 24 April 2014.
Moorfields Corporate Recovery urge Care Operators to come forward as Care Home closures look imminent
Joint Administrators Simon Thomas and Nicholas O’Reilly, of Moorfields Corporate Recovery have today advised that Redruth Nursing Home and Cedar Wood Nursing Home in Northampton are likely to close over the next 4 weeks.
A buyer has been found for UK commercial cleaning company Jani King (GB) Limited, which entered administration on 12 March 2014.
Simon Thomas and Nicholas O’Reilly of leading restructuring and insolvency firm, Moorfields Corporate Recovery LLP, were appointed Administrators of Ecoigo Limited on 27 March 2014.
Simon Thomas and Nick O’Reilly of leading restructuring and insolvency firm, Moorfields Corporate Recovery LLP, were appointed administrators over Capital House 2 Limited on 17 February 2014.
Three in five small companies in the UK were faced with clients or customers who failed to pay invoices on time in the past 12 months.
Small businesses in the UK have expressed concerns regarding the running costs of their business, listing the price of electricity as their primary fear in a recent survey.
The news this month that the majority of UK SMEs are predicting growth will have been music to the ears of small business owners everywhere.
When those in charge of a small company eventually come to terms with the fact that they are struggling, it is essential that big questions are asked as quickly as possible.
It is easy to see why the idea of becoming an entrepreneur can be appealing. You can become your own boss, take control of the creative process and potentially use your ideas to create a successful company.
Almost every SME will start off life with a limited budget. However, it is what you do with that budget that is likely to define how successful you are in the early stages of operation.
Business operations and processes need to be well documented, but new research has suggested that doing so could be costing smaller businesses time and money.
Small businesses could be missing out on the skills and experience of older workers, if the latest findings from the CIPD are to be believed.
Nearly three-quarters of British businesses have expressed concerns that a potential skills shortage could damage the economic recovery in years to come.
Productivity in the workplace can be a highly influential factor in finding business success, but the latest research suggests more could be done by UK businesses.
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