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.
Businesses that use vehicles on a regular basis could be holding on to depreciating assets for too long, according to Birmingham-based Lex Autolease.
Linking together fixed-line and mobile communications could save small companies a significant amount of money, according to new research.
Small businesses in the UK must wait an extra 23 days on average to receive payments compared to larger companies, according to new figures.
The issue of insolvency and what to do if your business is faced with this prospect can be quite confusing.
When you start a new business there are any number of potential pitfalls that it could fall into during the early stages. Avoiding these could go a long way towards how successful (or otherwise) your venture is and how competitive it can be.
Making sure that all of the company tax affairs are in order is hugely important for any modern business. Falling short in a key regard such as this can only lead to problems for the business and there are a few key points that you can introduce to ensure that this does not happen to you and your company:
Having a good understanding of cash flow and how to react in the event of a cash flow crisis is hugely important when attempting to keep your company running in an uncertain financial climate.
Big businesses remain reluctant to offer major contracts to SMEs, according to new research, despite growing pressures from the government.
The click-and-collect culture is placing greater pressure on High Street retailers, leaving them with uncertain futures as it is more difficult to make sales.
It is now less than a year until a UK general election is due and it is playing on the minds of many business leaders, according to new research.
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