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Monthly Insolvency Statistics

Monthly insolvency statistics in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The Insolvency Service has committed to releasing monthly company and individual insolvency statistics for England and Wales, and monthly company statistics for Scotland, throughout the remainder of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and for a period thereafter. These new Monthly Insolvency Statistics are released as provisional experimental statistics, published two weeks in arrears of month end, to provide faster indicators of the impact of the pandemic on insolvency.

Our routine Official and National Statistics will continue to be released as usual, with the exception of the Individual Insolvencies by Location, Age and Gender, England and Wales 2019 statistics. This publication will be delayed from July 2020 to November 2020 and will be released alongside the Individual Insolvencies by Parliamentary Constituency, England and Wales, 2019 statistics.

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB) separately publishes Monthly Personal Insolvency Statistics for Scotland, two weeks in arrears of month end.

Documents

Published 14 May 2020
Last updated 16 November 2021 + show all updates
  1. October 2021 statistics added

  2. September 2021 statistics added

  3. August 2021 statistics added

  4. Added July 2021 statistics

  5. Added June 2021 statistics

  6. May 2021 publication added to the collection.

  7. April 2021 publication added

  8. Added March 2021 edition.

  9. Monthly stats for February 2021 added.

  10. Monthly stats for January 2021 added.

  11. Update to monthly statistics

  12. Update to monthly statistics

  13. Addition of new monthly statistics for October 2020

  14. Updates of monthly statistics

  15. Update to monthly statistics

  16. Up to monthly insolvency statistics

  17. Update for new monthly statistics

  18. Update to monthly statistics

  19. Addition of new monthly insolvency statistics

  20. First published.