Will the high street ever be the same?
Simon Thomas, Partner at Moorfields, explores where the issues really lie for retailers and restaurateurs in wake of recent closures and CVA’s.Read more>
What are the powers of an LPA receiver?
With an increasing number of prime developments across the UK falling into receivership under the management of Law of Property Act Receivers, being fully aware of their powers is vital.Read more>
What Can New BoE Governor Mark Carney Do To Drive Small Business Growth?
The new Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has a tough job ahead of him as he tries to direct the nation towards economic recovery and greater growth. While his predecessor, Mervyn King, stood at the helm during an incredibly tough economic collapse and oversaw the initial efforts to reboot the economy, Carney has taken over at a point where the public are tired of waiting for the much discussed recovery and feel they need immediate action.Read more>
Moorfields appointed LPA Receivers of large Business Park & Industrial Estate
Simon Thomas and Shelley Bullman of leading restructuring and insolvency firm, Moorfields Corporate Recovery LLP, were appointed LPA Receivers over a Milton Keynes Business Park and an Industrial Estate in Hemel Hempstead on 2nd July 2013.Read more>
Could embracing the power of exporting be a viable economic solution for SMEs?
Exporters are vital to the economic recovery of the UK, a fact which is highlighted by the country’s exporting activity reaching a new peak since before the recession began.Read more>
Moorfields Price Transparency Policy supports Insolvency Practitioners Fee Review
Moorfields Corporate Recovery welcome Professor Elaine Kempston’s review of Insolvency Practitioners FeesRead more>
Moorfields sell London Data Centre as Provisional Liquidator
Leading insolvency and rescue firm Moorfields Corporate Recovery are delighted to have sold the business and assets of Safehosts (London) Limited.Read more>
Opportunities that the public sector cuts could bring for entrepreneurs
Cuts across most sectors in the UK are having an adverse effect on SMEs and individuals up and down the country.Read more>
Geography matters – is the location of your business hampering potential growth?
Identifying how your business can grow effectively is often easier said than done, with numerous factors meriting strong consideration before the ideal balance is achieved.Read more>
Finding an investor for a struggling business
One of the key rules of business is that you should never sit still – a business is either growing or shrinking, winning or losing. This is why investment is what many entrepreneurs and business leaders seek. With investment comes money, expertise and the connections required to escalate your business and, ideally, dominate your specific market.Read more>
Will a £160m investment into UK agriculture cut farming insolvencies?
The government is to invest up to £90m into farming technologies, as well as the creation of a £70m agric-tech fund to help farming innovation reach a suitable marketplace.Read more>
Pre pack administration review: the Moorfields viewpoint
It was announced recently that the Business Secretary Vince Cable has launched an official review of pre pack administration processes. Is the review necessary? And what do business leaders and their accountants need to know about the pre-pack administration process? Phil Smith, Partner at Moorfields Corporate Recovery, offers his views.Read more>
Risk versus reward – is it a good idea for my company to make a strong digital investment?
As high street sales continue to lose out to the online retail marketplace, businesses are increasingly seeing the merits of going digital with all or part of their operations.Read more>
The key to effective recruiting for small firms
Recruiting the right members to your small and select team is a pivotal part of expanding your SME and ensuring that you build a strong brand reputation in your sector.Read more>
Is my company fully aware of the latest HMRC guidelines?
There are a number of things which smaller businesses across the UK need to be fully aware of in the modern world of business.Read more>
Spend money to make money – could a strong commitment to investment be the key to future profits?
For businesses who may be struggling, there is a conventional school of thought that the only option available is to keep a tight hold on expenditure and hope the sector picks up.Read more>
Moorfields Corporate Recovery shortlisted again for National Corporate Recovery Firm of the Year
Moorfields Corporate Recovery LLP are delighted to have been shortlisted for the “Corporate Recovery Firm of the Year” award in the prestigious Credit Today Insolvency and Rescue awards.Read more>
Seasonal shifts – should I tailor my costs to suit busier periods or maintain a steady course?
When you are running an SME, deciding precisely how to structure your costs can often be the difference between success and failure during a particular quarter.Read more>
Reality of care home costs begin to take hold for Brits
Care homes across the UK continue to provide an important service for hundreds of thousands of UK residents that can no longer care for themselves. However, the financial realities associated with the day-to-day running of these facilities are getting harder and harder to avoid.Read more>
Could superfast broadband be a route to success for SMEs?
SMEs across the planet recognise the value of having a sophisticated IT infrastructure in place. Malfunctions in this particular area can be frustrating and potentially expensive, particularly for companies who are used to dealing with large volumes of a specific product.Read more>
Moorfields appointed Administrators over elderly care home in Northamptonshire
On 5 July 2013 Simon Thomas and Shelley Bullman of leading insolvency and restructuring firm, Moorfields Corporate Recovery LLP, were appointed joint administrators of specialist care home provider, Rising Meadows Limited.Read more>
Sourcing funds from alternative sources – where should I be looking?
When money becomes more and more difficult to find for your struggling business, it is vitally important that you develop the ability to source funds from alternative areas.Read more>
Construction industry targeted in bid for economic growth
SMEs will be placed at the forefront of a brand new partnership between the government and the construction industry in a new bid to drive growth.Read more>