Latest figures from the Registry Trust have indicated that there has been a decrease in the volume of business judgments in Ireland. In Quarter 1 of 2018 there 120 business judgment issued, 36 fewer than in the same quarter of the previous year. This is coupled with a 37 percent drop in the average judgment’s…

The Credit Services Association (CSA), has announced the first of the major sponsors for the 2018 UK Credit and Collections Conference (UKCCC), which this year moves to Crowne Plaza, Stratford Upon Avon. Conexus Recovery and Field Services, which has clients across the banking, utilities, retail and debt purchasing sectors, is returning as a sponsor and…

Winding up Petitions (Companies) have been issued and advertised in the London Gazette for the following companies: 09247906 LTD 10294997 LTD 123 RENTALS LTD 360 LOCATIONS LTD 4 PROPERTIES LTD A. GULEC CONTRACTORS LTD A.P.L.E. (OXFORD) LTD A&O CONSULTANCY LTD ABBA NORTH EAST LTD ACA A LTD ACCESSORY TRADING LTD ACCIDENT LAWYERS LTD ACCRUED EQUITIES…

The Government is to launch a call for evidence following concerns that a minority of bailiffs are still acting aggressively when collecting money from debtors –, particularly from vulnerable people. The call for evidence, which will be launched shortly, will look to those directly involved to share their experiences to help stop this in its…

Following the launch of the Water Industry Registration Scheme – Accredited Entity (WIRSAE) in January 2018, Lloyd’s Register has awarded the scheme’s first accreditation to Engage Services.The accreditation means that Engage Services, specialist field visit agency, can now carry out temporary disconnections and reconnections for water meters up to 40mm in the non-domestic water sector direct…

Problems with late invoice payments are affecting around one in eight Scottish firms, according to new indicative research by insolvency and restructuring trade body R3. The latest edition of R3’s regular Business Distress Index, which looks at measures of business success and distress across the UK, indicates that 12% of firms in Scotland are currently…

The Government has announced plans to improve the UK’s corporate governance framework to ensure the UK remains one of the best places to start and grow a business. The rules include: Directors selling companies recklessly to face tough new sanctions including fines and disqualification Creditors could have money returned to them by reversing inappropriate asset stripping…

Proposed reforms that would allow high court enforcement officers and certificated enforcement agents to enforce small sum County Court Judgments and Consumer Credit Act judgments have been put to the Government in a joint industry submission. The joint submission by the High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) and the Civil Enforcement Association (CIVEA) has been…

Businesses in England and Wales faced the first rise in adverse County Court Judgements (CCJs) in eight years during 2017, according to figures released today by Registry Trust. In 2017, 105,633 CCJs were registered against businesses in England and Wales, up 30 percent on 2016 and the first year-on-year increase since 2009. The rate of…

Winding up Petitions (Companies) have been issued and advertised in the London Gazette for the following companies: 19 THE MURRAY SQUARE LTD 1ST 4 CONSTRUCTION LTD 1ST STOP TICKETING LTD 3G TRANSPORT LTD 4D CONTRACT FLOORING LTD 5 EURO’S LTD A C CONSTRUCTION (ELLON) LTD A J BUILDERS (CONTRACTS) LTD ABODE (CLAPHAM) LTD ABSEC TECHNOLOGIES…

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