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Moorfields rescues specialist I.T. Recruitment Firm

Simon Thomas and Nick O’Reilly of leading restructuring and insolvency firm, Moorfields were appointed Joint Administrators over Ashton Consulting (UK) Limited on 17 December 2015.
Posted on 6th January 2016 @ 11:10AM

Moorfields appointed over Student Housing Portfolio in Sheffield

Property insolvency specialists Arron Kendall and Simon Thomas of leading restructuring and insolvency firm Moorfields were appointed Administrative Receivers over Sevenhill Estates Limited on 19th November 2015.
Posted on 6th January 2016 @ 11:06AM

Moorfields appointed over Property Development Company in Dorset

Leading Property Insolvency specialists Simon Thomas and Arron Kendall of Moorfields were appointed Joint Administrators of Capstone Building Limited on 24 November 2015.
Posted on 25th November 2015 @ 11:14AM

Moorfields successfully sell business park to Barwood Capital

Property Insolvency Specialists Moorfields Corporate Recovery have successfully sold Woodlands Business Park for £7.6million to Barwood Capital, a leading UK real estate investment and development business.
Posted on 16th November 2015 @ 6:00PM

Gareth Price discusses the latest insolvency statistics

Following the recent publication of Insolvency statistics, it has been reported that the number of people being declared insolvent has risen for the first time in a year, although the total remains lower than much of the past decade.
Posted on 2nd November 2015 @ 3:22PM

Moorfields successfully find a buyer for Care Home Portfolio

Healthcare and property insolvency specialists Moorfields Corporate Recovery Ltd have successfully found a purchaser for the Consensa Care Group portfolio to Precious Homes.
Posted on 19th October 2015 @ 3:03PM

Moorfields wins Global Finance Award

Al Global Media publishers of Acquisition Magazine have announced Moorfields Corporate Recovery as winners of the 2015 Finance Award Best for Secured Creditors.
Posted on 14th October 2015 @ 11:14AM

Regulation Update: Directors taking early advice has never been more important

As a result of new regulations which came into force on 1st October 2015 directors may find their actions scrutinised more closely if they are involved in a company which enters liquidation or administration during their stewardship.
Posted on 13th October 2015 @ 2:01PM

Moorfields successfully rescue Grade II Listed Country Home securing both business and care home

Property insolvency specialists Moorfields Corporate Recovery Ltd have helped secure the long term future of Rowfant House near Crawley in West Sussex, a historic country house that operates as a hospitality and care home business.
Posted on 17th September 2015 @ 2:51PM

Insolvency Service outlines plans for online filing for debtor’s own bankruptcy petitions

The Insolvency Service has confirmed that there are plans for debtors to file online petitions for their own bankruptcy and they won’t need sign off from an insolvency practitioner.
Posted on 30th June 2015 @ 2:42PM
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Cyber-attacks could have a serious effect on SMEs’ reputations

It might be an intangible asset but the reputation of any business can have a huge bearing on that company’s ongoing success. In a new survey, 93% of small business owners said they thought about their company’s reputation frequently or all the time.
Posted on 8th February 2016 @ 10:21AM

Only a third of small businesses have professional indemnity insurance

Just over a third of UK small businesses and sole traders are protected by professional indemnity insurance, a new survey suggests.
Posted on 7th February 2016 @ 10:13AM

More than 12,000 shops have stood empty for three years or more

There has been a sharp rise in the number of retail premises in the UK that have been left vacant for three years or more. The overall proportion of empty shops has declined but the increase in long-term vacancies suggests that, once empty, many shops become harder to let.
Posted on 6th February 2016 @ 10:05AM

Small businesses chasing late payments with CCJs

Small businesses in the UK are increasingly turning to legal measures in an attempt to reclaim bad debt, new figures suggest.
Posted on 5th February 2016 @ 9:48AM

Half of SME owners are stressed but they’re also happier

Half of small business owners in the UK are more stressed now than they were in previous jobs, a new survey has revealed. The study, commissioned by Instantprint, found that worries and work commitments could lead to a lack of sleep and missed medical appointments but SME owners were happier owning their own businesses.
Posted on 4th February 2016 @ 10:55AM

Corporate insolvencies fall but firms must be watchful

Company insolvencies fell to their lowest level since 1989 last year, according to the latest figures released by the Insolvency Service. However, firms should remain watchful should the situation change.
Posted on 3rd February 2016 @ 9:31AM

Small businesses see a huge rise in cyber-attacks

Almost three quarters of SMEs in the UK reported experiencing a security breach over the past year, according to the latest Government Security Breaches Survey.
Posted on 2nd February 2016 @ 9:43AM

44% of SMEs believe they are not at risk of cyber-crime

Almost half of all SMEs in the UK said they do not believe they are at risk of becoming the victims of cyber-crime, according to a new survey. This could put them at serious risk if they fail to take adequate steps to protect themselves against attacks.
Posted on 1st February 2016 @ 6:02PM

New health and safety sentencing guidelines come into force

New sentencing guidelines for corporate manslaughter, health and safety and food safety offences have now come into force. The Sentencing Council’s Definitive Guideline for the Sentencing of Health and Safety, Corporate Manslaughter and Food Safety and Hygiene offences took effect from February 1 and could see the steepest fines rise up to £20 million.
Posted on 29th January 2016 @ 11:19AM

Seven in ten SMEs have been hit by bad weather

As the tail end of Storm Jonas is followed closely by Storm Gertrude, more UK businesses are braced for disruption. Rain, high winds and flooding have all hit the headlines in recent weeks but despite the effects they can have on small businesses, many remain under-insured.
Posted on 28th January 2016 @ 5:22PM
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