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Property Views June Edition 2017

Welcome to the latest edition of Property Views, in which we go back to basics and remind ourselves of some of the fundamental issues and pitfalls when restructuring and recovering property backed security.

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Moorfields investigates criminal disposal of overseas property

The assets were located overseas and were illegally disposed of before the trustees could secure their interest.

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MOORFIELDS EXPAND OFFERING WITH NEW DEBT ADVISORY SERVICE

Moorfields is expanding its service offering with the launch of new debt advisory service to support its rescue culture.

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Late payments prompt health warning for small business bosses

Late payment issues are causing small business owners to struggle with depression, anxiety and stress, a new report has warned.

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Financial management a burden for UK’s small firms

Britain’s network of small and microbusinesses collectively spend 2.5 million days every month on financial management practices, new research has found.

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SMEs reveal exchange rate concerns despite rising confidence

UK exporter confidence is on the rise but concerns continue to exist over current exchange rates, new research has revealed.

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FSB calls on Government to prioritise late payment issues

Tackling the UK’s late payment culture should be a priority for the new government, the Federation of Small Businesses has warned.

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Lack of new payment methods costing SMEs £1.6 billion

A lack of next generation payment options could be costing UK small businesses dearly, according to new research from Barclaycard..

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Daily admin tasks inhibit SME productivity

Productivity is taking a hit at small businesses across the UK due to overwhelming levels of admin requirements, a new study has found.

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Lack of data regulation awareness could plague UK businesses

Global cyber security issues have plunged General Data Protection Regulation back into the limelight this week, with firms urged to check their responsibilities.

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SMEs struggling to access and raise capital for growth

The UK’s small businesses need greater access to finance in order to drive growth, according to new research.

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Drop in international trade a concern for UK SMEs

Levels of international trading for UK small businesses fell to an all-time low going into the second quarter, new data from World First shows.

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More than 360,000 small businesses plan to cease trading within five years

Some 363,000 small business owners plan to cease trading in the next five years, potentially putting more than 1.4 million jobs at risk, according to new research.

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Moorfields property team sell shopping centre

Moorfields property team successfully sell shopping centre after 2 year assset management

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Why small businesses can lose out to corporate heavyweights

The majority of small businesses offer goods and services that aim to meet demand from niche parts of the marketplace, yet they can still lose out to corporate giants.

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Personal Recoveries - The benefits of mediation

Moorfields investigation team use mediation to maximise recoveries

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Key small business mistakes that increase insolvency risk

Small businesses often operate on tight margins and that means they can be especially susceptible if something goes wrong.

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Midlands’ haulage and tourism firms continue to struggle

Haulage and tourism firms in the Midlands continued to struggle throughout April, according to research from insolvency trade body R3.

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Firms underestimate the role of their office spaces on bottom line finances

Businesses are underestimating the role that the office environment can have on their bottom line finances, new research has revealed.

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Why businesses can lose finances

Generating profit forms a key part of business survival, yet not all businesses are able to achieve that which puts their longevity in doubt.

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Firms express concerns over new protection regulations

Nearly half of businesses have expressed concerns that they will struggle to meet General Data Protection Regulation requirements.

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Bank holiday closures come at a cost for British small businesses

UK small businesses that close for the Bank Holidays stand to miss out on more than £2,250 if they are shut for each one in 2017.

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