Insolvency Service Trace and Serve Services Contract

Insolvency Service Trace and Serve Services Contract The Insolvency Service is procuring a 3 year contract (2 years initial term plus possible 12 month extension period) for tracing services.
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Online Applications for Bankruptcy – April 2016

Online Applications for Bankruptcy – April 2016 It will no longer be necessary to make a court application to file for bankrutcy from April 2016.  Instead, it will be possible to make an application via the government’s main website, at which point it will be assessed by an Adjudicator employed by the Insolvency Service. The […]
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Essential Supplies to be Guaranteed During Business Rescue

Essential Supplies to be Guaranteed During Business Rescue Business Minister Jo Swinson has announced that the Government is proceeding with plans to secure continuation of essential IT and utility supplies to failing but viable businesses while they are being rescued, following consultation.
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Farepak victims continue fight for savings scheme safeguards

Campaigners say government has failed to pass legislation or take the appropriate steps to protect members’ moneyAlthough the collapse of the Farepak trial is likely to cause huge repercussions for the Insolvency Service and HBOS, victims who lost their money through the failure of the Christmas hamper company never believed this trial would do anything […]
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A green investment that turned hazardous

An explosion in high-pressure selling of carbon credit schemes is exploiting green investors. Tony Levene reveals how one company has left buyers with losses of up to £50,000Is this the latest big trap for investors? Every day, thousands of people are being cold-called to encourage them to invest in environmentally friendly carbon credit certificates offering […]
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Farepak victims await directors ruling

Seven Farepak directors face being struck off as company bosses for up to 15 years, but victims stand to gain nothing more than a ‘quiet satisfaction’Victims of the collapse of Christmas hamper firm Farepak could be a step closer to justice as the company’s directors face a judge in London’s high court.Farepak was designed to […]
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