Considering the motivations of a seller is incredibly complex and in truth every situation will be different. However, we have tried to capture some of the characteristics and factors relevant to today’s market.
The changes to the regulation of finance related products by the FCA represent the largest change to the way dealers will conduct their business in years to come. We take a look at the new FCA rules and examine the possible implications for the automotive industry.
In the last academic year, eight Academy Schools received emergency funding from the Education Funding Agency (EFA) to support their budget deficits.
In a series of articles we are examining the factors behind the growth in transaction activity within the automotive sector. In this article we focus on buyer segments and our predictions for 2015.
Our research shows that a business owner selling a larger business could pay double the proportion of tax paid by a less successful peer.
2014 saw a continuance of the buoyant market for transaction activity in the automotive sector, with certain businesses changing hands for record breaking sums. In this series of articles we examine the factors behind this growth and consider the prospects for 2015. Firstly, we consider the transaction market over the last 10 years.
HMRC’s investigations into individuals and small businesses resulted in a record-high £136 million extra Capital Gains Tax being collected in 2013-14, up 24% on the £110 million collected in 2012-13.
The Alternative Investment Market (AIM) has delivered its biggest year for IPO money raising since 2007, according to our research.
HMRC is scrutinising taxpayers that it suspects are dishonestly claiming horseboxes worth hundreds of thousands of pounds as company expenses.
Directors have difficulty with linking the application of corporate governance to corporate strategy, making board evaluation disclosures and describing the role of external advisers in the boardroom.