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The Insolvency Service (the Insolvency Service)
Nottingham shopping centre redevelopment enters compulsory liquidation
Online cryptocurrency trading company falsely claiming support from high-profile entrepreneurs has been wound-up after losing £1.5 million of clients’ funds.
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act has received Royal Assent and came into force on 26 June 2020.
Restaurateur from Weston-Super-Mare receives six year disqualification after failing to maintain the company’s books and records
Manchester computer traders have been banned for a total of 24 years after they were caught-out selling thousands of counterfeit products
Three companies connected to bogus sustainable energy processing schemes have been wound-up in court after eliciting at least £525,000 from investors.
Mark Bottjer sentenced after he played key management roles in two packaging companies, while forming another company, despite being banned.
The Official Receiver is warning Essex and London Properties creditors that scammers are using coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to scare people into handing over funds.
Guidance from the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure for businesses and insolvency office holders on managing security risks during the pandemic.
Courts have wound-up Manchester publisher that produced educational booklets for schools after using inappropriate sales techniques to secure £2.5 million.
Tour operating companies under The Specialist Leisure Group have all gone into administration.
Restaurant boss from Edmonton, North London, banned as a company director for six years after under-declaring tax leading to liabilities of more than £200,000.
Boss of second-hand tractor business based in East Riding of Yorkshire banned for six years after breaching agreements to stop publishing misleading adverts.
New measures announced today will give vital support to frontline NHS staff battling COVID-19 and support businesses under pressure as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Investment vehicle that stripped the assets of the companies they purchased has been wound up in court after it plundered funds causing creditor and job losses.
Birmingham garage boss jailed for breaching bankruptcy restrictions, making false representations to Official Receiver and defrauding creditors over £1 million.
Bankrupt from Westcliff-on-Sea has had his bankruptcy restrictions extended for a further 9 years after securing £25,000 loan on false pretences.
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Two second-hand car dealers from Birmingham have been banned for a total of 14 years after they failed to ensure their vehicles were safe and roadworthy.
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