An unprecedented range of business support measures have been made available to UK businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. But as restrictions ease and financial …
A new bill has been put before Parliament proposing new powers to investigate directors of companies that have been dissolved, closing a legal loophole to deter against the misuse of the dissolution process.
Coronavirus restrictions on winding up petitions have been extended until 30th June 2021.
From 29 March 2021, new rules come into effect which will apply to pre-pack administration sales to connected parties, commencing on or after 30 April 2021.
Leading finance lawyer Louise Duffy considers the relevance of green lending initiatives as we come out of the coronavirus crisis.
Supplying goods and services is something every organisation is involved in, but how does new debtor-friendly legislation affect supplier relationships with distressed businesses?
Restructuring plans are nothing new, but legislation just passed means that a court can now sanction a plan even if creditors vote against it. Here’s how it works.
A new moratorium has been introduced to give companies more time to rescue and recover their business following the outbreak of COVID-19. But how does it work and how does it impact creditors?
The rules on wrongful trading have been temporarily relaxed. Here we examine what that means for directors of businesses that might be struggling to survive.
The new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act came into force on 26 June 2020. Here, in a series of bitesize updates, we explain the key changes – starting with winding up and new measures to support businesses in distress.