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Sharp rise in construction insolvencies following Carillion’s collapse

It has been reported that 2,764 construction firms entered insolvency in 2017/18, jumping 6% in just a year from 2,608 in 2016/17 This substantial rise in construction insolvencies can be seen as being partly due to the fall-out following Carillion’s liquidation in January 2018. Many of the reported insolvent firms were part of the supply […]

Forget the Chinese Year of The Dog – 2018 is the Year of the CVA

2018 has been reported in insolvency news sources as the year of the CVA (Company Voluntary Arrangement) and in particular the Landlord CVA. The news has been full of established high-street names using CVAs to help streamline their businesses by looking at their leasehold commitments, closing some premises and trying to get rent reductions for […]

Insolvency statistics – the road ahead

The statistics released last week by the Insolvency Service for the first quarter of 2017 show an increase in total company insolvencies in England & Wales of 5.3% compared to the same quarter in 2016, driven by an increase in underlying numbers of creditor voluntary liquidations.  Does this show that economic pressures are beginning to […]