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>
Could “Sharism” aid UK businesses?
The World Economic Summit in Davos saw the coining of a new phrase recently – the concept of “Sharism” whereby businesses share concepts and ideas.Read more>
Growth in 2013 a great sign for UK business recovery
Official figures for 2013 suggest the year ended on a strong economic note for UK businesses, with the highest annual growth rates recorded for six years.Read more>
Working smartly to ensure business success
Finding the best ways of dividing time to cover a multitude of issues is key to the running of a business, either as a start-up or once it is established.Read more>
Moorfields appointed LPA Receivers of 6 Residential Care Homes on the south coast
Simon Thomas and Nicholas O’Reilly of leading restructuring and insolvency firm, Moorfields Corporate Recovery LLP, were appointed LPA Receivers over 6 Residential Care Homes on the South Coast on 23 January 2014.Read more>
Improving access to finance for small businesses
The British Bankers’ Association has claimed banks are more willing to lend than a lot of small businesses have been led to believe.Read more>
MPs critical of SME finance support
A group of MPs have launched a scathing attack on the way funding is provided to small and medium-sized enterprises, despite government efforts to boost lending.Read more>
The common pitfalls that new start-up companies face
A lot of people dream of starting their own businesses and have visions of how it will rise spectacularly to the top of the pile.Read more>
Banks protect economy by aiding flood-hit businesses
Businesses that felt the full force of the recent storms in the UK will be boosted by news that a £250m finance scheme is in place to help them recover.Read more>
Money-saving tips and techniques for businesses
Money can be saved on almost all aspects of a company if enough thought and consideration is given to it, so what better than to put the plans into action?Read more>
When it is time to consider corporate restructuring?
When considering whether the time is right for corporate restructuring there are several key factors to take into account.Read more>
When is it beneficial for two companies to work in unison?
Business is driven by profits and the potential to see a return on investment, which is why many large companies often choose to work together if the circumstances make sense.Read more>
Embracing marketing to encourage business growth
Having a great idea or a great product is just the start for many businesses. A clever marketing plan can help them to really stand out from the crowd in a competitive marketplace.Read more>
Ways of working on company sustainability
Developing sustainable business plans can be pivotal in ensuring that long-term success for a company is possible.Read more>
Are Britain’s businesses finally seeing a route to credit?
The final quarter of 2013 saw a dramatic rise in the level of loans available to businesses and the trend is set to escalate in the early part of this year, according to the Bank of England.Read more>
The positives and negatives of corporate relocation
Moving business locations is not something that should be taken lightly, but it can have many positive impacts on the company if it is carried out in the correct manner.Read more>
Cutting business costs in 2014
The start of a new year can provide the perfect time to reassess business operations and to decide if there are ways of cutting some unnecessary costs.Read more>
SMEs the target of new government project
The British Business Bank will begin its operations in 2014 as part of the government’s project to boost finance for enterprise, with SMEs the prime target.Read more>
SMEs urged to grab slice of £2.5 billion funding pot
Small and medium sized businesses across the UK are being urged to apply for access to a new European Union funding pot.Read more>
CBI head calls for wage growth to reflect economic growth
British companies should do everything they can to increase to increase staff wages in line with the gradual economic improvement we have seen recently, according to the head of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).Read more>
Is ignorance of finance options holding SMEs back?
A recent survey into the finance choices of SMEs has revealed shocking data over where most small businesses get their funding from, claiming it is preventing them from capitalising on a lucrative future.Read more>
More SMEs looking to future by stockpiling cash
Reports suggest that many of Britain’s small companies are stockpiling cash more than ever before in a bid to build up savings.Read more>
Could a lack of tax incentives awareness be costing SMEs?
Many SMEs are unaware of long-standing tax incentives which could be limiting their prospects for growth, according to the latest data.Read more>
Is a lack of foreign language understanding limiting SME exports?
A lack of foreign language understanding could be limiting the amount of business that SMEs are capable of completing.Read more>
SMEs losing out over Christmas period
Three-quarters of Britain’s SMEs could miss out on Christmas cash to high street chains and online stores, according to research from Lloyds Bank.Read more>
Moorfields Corporate Recovery wins UK Corporate Recovery Firm of the Year
Moorfields Corporate Recovery LLP are pleased to announce they have been awarded UK Corporate Recovery Firm of the Year in the 2013 Finance Awards hosted by Acquisition International Magazine.Read more>