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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Kenmark International Limited – The End!

Peter Windatt and Rebecca Dacre of BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency in Northampton were appointed Joint Liquidators of Kenmark International Limited ("Kenmark") on 8 February 2012. Ian Cooke, BRI's manager dealing with this case, stated "Kenmark commenced trading in late 2009 and had hoped to become a significant employer within Northamptonshire. However, the problems Kenmark encountered...
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New office opens in Hitchin

BRI are delighted to announce the opening of a new office in Hitchin at 7 Paynes Park, Hitchin, SG5 1EH. Suki Bains, Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, will be in charge of the Hitchin office, which opened its doors for business on 1 February 2012. Suki has been with BRI for 5 years and gained her Insolvency License by...
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Company Voluntary Arrangement – creditors get paid in full

A Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) supervised by BRI has just been successfully completed. After the implementation of the CVA some 3½ years ago the company traded profitable and was able to repay creditors in full. Peter Windatt from BRI - "it is pleasing that our help and assistance has meant that the company has traded out...
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Sale of business results in a return for creditors

BRI are pleased to announce that a former sale of a business via a pre-pack Administration has now resulted in the secured and preferential creditors being paid in full, together with a dividend of 30p in £ being paid to the unsecured creditors. ...
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A Journey’s End – where did they go from here?

Last August (2011), we reported on the sad demise of Northamptonshire's long established coaching company, Geoff Amos Coaches Limited. The day after our appointment was confirmed the serviced bus route had been picked up by another company and continues to run. Within days the majority of employees had found new positions of employment. Following an industry focussed...
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