UPDATE ON TOYS “R” US UK ADMINISTRATION PROCESS
Since their appointment as Joint Administrators of Toys “R” Us Limited (the “Company”) on 28 February 2018, Simon Thomas and Arron Kendall, partners in Moorfields Advisory Limited, have been seeking to secure a buyer for all or part of the business. Whilst this process has generated some interest, unfortunately it has not been possible to secure a sale.Read more>
The 3 biggest challenges that SMEs face in the current climate
The circumstances that surround major economies emerging from recession are always difficult to deal with for those in the commercial sector, as the ground is constantly shifting and accurate predictions are hard to commit to.Read more>
Manufacturing SMEs look to increase their commitment to invest
New data has suggested that small to medium-sized manufacturing firms in England are increasing their investment levels.Read more>
Issues of building new office and work space - are public-private partnerships (PPPs) still a viable solution?
In the same way that the housing market is constantly increasing in size, the need for work-based property is also on the rise.Read more>
Farming - more than just a business
Land use in the UK is dominated by agriculture with almost three quarters of the country being used for farming of some kind.Read more>
The importance of planning ahead for an SME
In an uncertain economic climate, many SMEs could be forgiven for not thinking too far ahead. However, this is exactly what they need to do.Read more>
What does the commercial rent arrears recovery process actually mean for businesses and landlords?
From April 2014, the Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) process will replace the common law remedy of Distress, whereby landlords can seize tenants’ possessions and sell them to recover any rent arrears.Read more>
Moorfields complete successful sale of Premium Electronic Cigarette Retailer saving over 40 Jobs
Administrators at Moorfields Corporate Recovery have rescued a struggling electronic cigarette retailer through a pre-pack administration.Read more>
Saving the Great British pub
The pub industry has struggled massively in the years following the introduction of the smoking ban, while the impact of the recession has also taken its toll.Read more>
Moorfields successfully sell Recruitment Group rescuing over 40 Jobs
Administrators at Moorfields Corporate Recovery have rescued a struggling recruitment group through a pre-pack administration sale.Read more>
The importance of appointing the right administrator
When businesses start to get into financial difficulty, it does not have to represent the end of the road.Read more>
SMEs are still struggling to obtain payment – are the government doing enough to help them?
New government proposals are set to see a levy imposed on companies which fail to pay suppliers promptly, which could help towards the economy gaining some much needed momentum.Read more>
At what point should I consider calling in the services of corporate recovery specialists?
The global economy is not currently best placed to support mass growth across all sectors, piling a lot of financial pressures on to smaller businesses.Read more>
The 3 secrets to business restructuring
The need to re-evaluate businesses as a result of economic pressures is being felt up and down the country as a result of the recession.Read more>
The hidden costs of moving business locations
Moving a business from one office to another can often be a matter of necessity, but these moves can often be unplanned and end up becoming very expensive.Read more>
The advantages of entering NIC econmies for SMEs
Countries all over the world continue to develop at different rates, with several taking gigantic leaps towards new industries and technologies every day.Read more>
Why could a pre pack administration be the best option to take for my business?
Pre-pack administration agreements exist in the context of administration to describe the process of selling business assets immediately following administration but before an administrator is appointed.Read more>
Budgeting tips for housing developments – covering the hidden costs of building big
The construction sector is showing some signs of recovery as second quarter growth continued in July.Read more>
What are the main benefits of a pre pack administration agreement?
Since the financial crisis has impacted on so many UK businesses, an increasing amount of those in trouble have turned to the option of administration.Read more>
The importance of building a positive online profile for your business
Every modern-day business should be aware of the power which an online profile can have in terms of building your reputation.Read more>
How Much Has The Lending Landscape Changed For SMEs In The Last Five Years?
The last five years has been a tumultuous period for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK. The financial crisis has affected all businesses regardless of size, though certain types of company have been able to respond and recover much more easily. This is partly due to the fact that larger businesses have the resources to protect themselves, the cash flow to insulate the company from temporary problems, greater insight into how to recover, and, in many cases, are also protected by ‘the too big to fail’ stigma.Read more>
How Will Public Sector Cuts Affect Your Business?
As the Government continues to implement some of the most deep and far-reaching cuts to public service since the creation of social security, how will private sector businesses potentially be affected?Read more>
What can businesses learn from the mismanagement of Rangers FC?
In a bid to tackle outstanding PAYE bills, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs decided to tackle football clubs.Read more>