Winter warmers with Mr Redman!

We have made some little winter packs to warm you up as the nights get darker and colder. We have some Redman Nichols Butler mugs and coaster sets filled with sweet treats including hot chocolate, coffee and tea, but most excitingly, your very own Mr Redman the gingerbread man! If you would like one of […]

Retailers struggling to pay their rents

Recent research has suggested that only 11 per-cent of retailers have paid their rent on time. Before the pandemic landlords received approximately 30 per-cent of their rent on time. With the moratorium on commercial tenant evictions still in place it seems that many retailers are wanting to retain any working capital they can to support […]

Beware of borrowing or lending money!

The pandemic has brought about an extraordinary amount of financial distress for millions of people. Many are turning to family and friends for help.  People who have the means to help out are generally happy to do so, but problems arise when repayment agreements are defaulted, which can cause family bust ups and relationships to […]

Grant Thornton fined for taking the Patisserie!!!

Grant Thornton have been fined £2.3m for failures in its audits carried out between 2015 and 2017 on Patisserie Valerie. Patisserie Valerie entered into administration and concerns over the company’s accounting function. The Financial Reporting Council advised that Grant Thornton failed to ‘question information provided by management,’ and had ‘missed red flags’ after failing to […]

Fuel Crisis leads to Cash crisis?

BP claims that as of yesterday, British petrol stations had run out of two main grades of fuel due to panic buying. This has forced the government to allow brands and firms to work together to relieve shortage pressure, suspending competition laws. It is expected that this fuel crisis will have a detrimental impact for […]