Bottomline Technologies has become a Corporate Partner of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM). Bottomline Technologies help businesses pay and get paid. The technology and software company has a strong focus on business payments, Direct Debit and cash management, and document automation. Philip King, CICM Chief Executive, is happy to welcome the company as…

2016 showed a continued decline of 6% in the number of company insolvencies in the Central and Eastern European (CEEE) region, following a fall of 14% in 2015 according to new reseach by Coface. In all, over the course of last year, six entities per 1,000 became insolvent. This improvement was in line with the…

Moore Stephens has announced that has become a Corporate Partner of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM). The company has a network of offices throughout the UK. Its clients range from individuals and entrepreneurs, through to large organisations and complex international businesses. Brendan Clarkson, Head of the National Creditor Services team at Moore Stephens…

Winding up Petitions (Companies) have been issued and advertised in the London Gazette for the following companies: 4WORLD DESIGNS LTD A & D TRANSPORT LTD ACCOUNT CONTRACTORS LTD ACKROYD STREET WORKING MENS CLUB AGM DEVELOPMENTS (CARLIOL) LTD AGRA LTD AKA CONSTRUCTION LTD ALAN EDWARDS LLP ALLAN LORD ELECTRICAL LTD ALLECO LTD ANZ GENERAL SERVICES LTD…

Administration notices have been issued and advertised in the London Gazette for the following companies: A.R.G. ELECTRODESIGN LTD ACE RECYCLING GROUP CIC AGHOCO 1087 LTD AMBA DEFENCE CONTROL LTD AMBA DEFENCE LTD AMBA DEFENCE TECHNOLOGY LTD ANDROMEDA TRADING LTD ASA RESOURCE GROUP PLC AUTOMA LTD AXHOLME CAR CO LTD B C BARTON LTD BEADWORKS UK LTD…

The amount of tax HMRC suspects may have been underpaid by big businesses has increased to £24.8bn, a 13% rise on the previous year following a widening of the scope of investigations, according to analysis by law firm Pinsent Masons. Pinsent Masons says that the amount of tax that HMRC’s large business directorate believes is…

The Bank of England latest statistics showed a £200 million decrease in loans to smaller businesses during July. Mike Cherry, Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) National Chairman, said “Small businesses appetite for new finance is waning against a backdrop of unprecedented uncertainty, anaemic domestic growth and inflationary pressure weighing on consumer demand. Investment intentions are not where they should be…

The Government has announced changes to corporate governance. Commenting on the announcement Mike Cherry, the Federation of Small Businesses National Chairman, said: “Poor payments culture in the UK has grown into an epidemic, with research showing that a third of payments to small businesses are late. These practices are immoral, with the largest businesses using their dominant position to…

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