Five directors from a claims management business have been disqualified for a total of 28 years. The five must not take part, directly or indirectly in the promotion, formation or management of a company or limited liability partnership.
Andrew Nichols and John Butler of Redman Nichols Butler were appointed joint liquidators of a Yorkshire based property rental business. After struggling for a while the business had to close due to increasing trading conditions.
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It has been reported that Jamie Oliver is attempting to strike a deal with his creditors by proposing a Creditors Voluntary Arrangement (CVA).
Under the terms of the proposed CVA, the Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group are planning to close several loss making restaurants and re-negotiate the rent on several others.
It appears that an increasing number of ex-professional footballers are being declared bankrupt.
Steve Watson, ex player of Newcastle United, Aston Villa, Everton and West Bromwich Albion was declared bankrupt in September 2017. He ended his playing career at Sheffield Wednesday, however, he now manages National League side Gateshead.
The director of Raptor Commerce Limited, Mr Naeem Shakoor, has been disqualified from being the director of a limited company for 13 years.
Raptor Commerce Limited was placed into compulsory liquidation and during the insolvency practitioners investigations it came to light that Mr Shakoor allowed the company to make a wrongful claim for a VAT repayment of over £1m.
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Carillion went into liquidation on Monday and initial reports suggest that it is unlikely that there will be a return to the unsecured creditors.
Andrew Nichols and John Butler were appointed joint liquidators of a well known car body repair shop business in Scunthorpe. Having traded for 5 years or so, the company was faced with losing one of its biggest clients. This, along with the ever increasingly difficult trading conditions, caused the company to cease to trade, resulting in the loss of its skilled workforce and a well known business serving the Scunthorpe community.
Further to our article last week regarding the precarious position of Toys r Us UK Limited, it seems that the company has had a stay of execution, but at a cost.