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Fall in firm liquidations is ‘double-edged sword’

A fall in the number of companies in compulsory and voluntary liquidation is a ‘double-e...

  • Feb 07, 2014
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Due diligence key on sale and rent back, lawyer warns

Mortgage brokers must check a client’s equity is properly protected in sale and rent bac...

  • Sep 03, 2013
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Reality TV star banned for property scam

A reality television star and business partner have been banned from holding directorship...

  • Sep 03, 2013
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Construction director disqualified for falsifying documents

Qasim Ali Munir, a director of Edgeware- based construction company Farman Homes Limited h...

  • Mar 19, 2013
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Lettings agent disqualified after losing £1.2m of soliders’ savings

A lettings agent has been disqualified from the industry after losing £1.2m of savings be...

  • Jan 30, 2013
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Financial services trade body collapses as money disappears

A financial services trade body, set up to assist with international policy and regulation...

  • Dec 07, 2012
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Advisers demand robust G-day detail from insurers

Advisers are demanding greater certainty from insurers on G-day plans.

  • Sep 27, 2012
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Insurance insolvencies drop by 85%

The number of insurance companies going bust plummeted by 86.1% last month, compared to Ju...

  • Aug 21, 2012
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Insolvency spike among Right to Buy and council tenants

Council estate communities have been hardest hit by insolvency, despite an overall fall in...

  • Aug 03, 2012
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Bankruptcy orders fall 27% in 12 months

The number of bankruptcies in Q1 2012 fell by over 27% compared with the previous year, ac...

  • May 04, 2012
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