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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Football meets golf

29 September 2017: Bob McDonald and Adam King of BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency’s Northampton Office tried a different take on golf along with some valued contacts. 9 holes were played in glorious sunshine at Brampton Heath Golf Club. The winner was David Owens of Hawsons who eventually went round in 1 over par. His winning...
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Bank rate rise

28 September 2017: The Bank of England recently announced that higher inflation and the pickup in growth could lead to interest rate rises soon. Growth speculation has increased the value of the pound against other currencies because a rate rise would make the pound more attractive to investors. Markets which track investors’ expectations estimate...
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Pitch Perfect – nearly!

18 September 2017:  Ian Cooke of BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency’s Northampton office recently entertained some valued contacts at a charity golf day hosted by Wilson Browne solicitors. Ross Phipps of Phipps Henson McAllister was one of Ian’s guests and gladly paid £5 to charity for the opportunity to win £4,000 for a hole in one....
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The Insolvency Rules 2016: Creditors’ Rights

15 September 2017:  It is nearly 6 months since the Insolvency Rules 2016 (“the Rules”) came into force. If you, or one of your clients, have received notice of a debtor entering formal insolvency, you may not know whether, or how, you can influence the outcome. It can be daunting to receive notices of deemed consent...
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The Scale of Consumer Debt in the UK

5 September 2017:  A recent report “Stuck in debt” published recently by Citizens Advice highlights the scale of Consumer Debt in the UK. The total stands at £200 billion, growing at over 10% each year and approaching the level witnessed in the run up to the financial crisis in 2008. The main elements of this total...
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