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New Additions to the Restructuring Toolkit

New additions brought in by the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (“CIGA”) have made Insolvency regime ‘debtor-led’

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Our Latest Investment Market Update

Our latest commentary on the continued impacts of the Covid-19 virus on the investment markets and the wider economy.

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Raising the bar for the licensed trade!

Raising the Bar and new 2 year programme to help fund pubs and bars reopening

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Hospitality and Tourism open for business again

On 23rd June Boris Johnston confirmed the 4th July re-opening of a number of hospitality and tourism businesses in England. As we expected, this came with a long list of conditions which need to be met.

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Tax: What will the Chancellor do next?

The Treasury is facing a budget deficit in excess of £300 billion this year, so will the Chancellor increase taxation?

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Job Retention Scheme Phase 2 FAQ's

How does Phase 2 work? Who does it apply to? How do I implement it? Plus many more questions answered here...

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Corporate Insolvency & Governance Act 2020 – The Restructuring Plan

Corporate Insolvency & Governance Act (“CIGA”) introduces a mechanism for company rescue in the form of The Restructuring Plan

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Corporate Insolvency & Governance Act 2020 - The Moratorium Process

Moratorium, what is its intended role is and how can it be used?

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Evolution and Change - The Future of Accountancy Firms

Is it time a structural change and evolution for accountancy firms? Simon Turner finds out...

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Why now is the right time to look at your business cashflow

The COVID crisis has brought into sharp focus the importance of cashflow reporting and forecasting to businesses.  There are almost 6 million small businesses in the UK and the sad fact is that a number of them are unlikely to survive the crisis.  For those that do, an understanding of what your