More than 1,400 firms close as insolvency figures soar

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More than 1,400 firms ceased trading in September as insolvency figures reached their highest level since March 2020. Finance experts fear there is worse to come as the furlough scheme and other government support for businesses come to an end. Some of the smaller energy suppliers were among the 1,446 companies to go bust in

Legal implications of Covid-19 on the manufacturing sector

As we start to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, we address at some of the issues which have arisen for our commercial property, corporate and employment clients in the manufacturing sector and what this may mean for the industry as a whole going forward. To download the document, please click here https://www.machins.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Legal-Implications-in-the-Manufacturing-Sector.pdf

Insolvency measures extended to support struggling businesses

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