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In July, I suggested there should be an urgent review of how insolvency practitioners (IPs) are regulated and following a high-profile complaint by a judge it has become evident there are many others who share this opinion. Earlier this month, during an appeal against a Company Voluntary Agreement (CVA) for Sixty UK – owners of…

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As I mentioned in an earlier blog, the reason most football clubs are facing financial difficulties is simple: their expenses exceed their income. Portsmouth FC are no exception and currently facing an uphill struggle to remain solvent. However, their battle became a little easier earlier this month after a high court judge rejected claims by…

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The British Government is perhaps one of the biggest costs to UK plc. During the 2007 bank bailout, Her Majesty’s Treasury turned the banks’ private debt into a public liability. Suddenly, billions of pounds went from private to public ownership as the banks’ debt was transferred into the Government’s account. The Treasury is owned by…

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An insolvency practitioner (IP) has several roles and under the Insolvency Act 1986 can act as a liquidator, administrator, nominee and supervisor in matters relating to bankruptcy. They are authorised by the Secretary of State for Trade & Industry, the Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA) or one of the other bodies recognised under the Insolvency Act.…

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After a company is liquidated either through a Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) or compulsorily winding up by the court, the actions of the directors during the previous 12 months usually come under  careful  scrutiny. If the liquidator (or official receiver) believes the director(s) in question did not act in accordance with their duties, they can…

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A Winding Up Petition (WUP) is the most serious action that can be taken against a company and usually is only issued if a creditor is determined to recover an undisputed debt or put the company out of business because the debtor company is believed to be insolvent. The creditor will issue a statutory demand,…

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