Companies listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) have seen the average value of the daily trading in their shares fall 18% to £271,120 over the last year from £328,860*, our research shows.
We are pleased to advise that a sale of the business and assets was achieved following the appointment of UHY Hacker Young partners as joint administrators.
The number of insolvencies of pub and bar companies has jumped by 13% to 530 in the last year (year end September 30, 2019) up from 470 the previous year.
The UK’s Top 100 restaurants made a £93m loss in the last year, down from a profit of £37m 12 months ago, our research shows.
Nine of the Top 10 UK towns paying the highest levels of Income Tax are ‘Stockbroker Belt’ towns in South East England, our research shows.
The number of restaurant businesses going insolvent has jumped 25% in the last year to 1,410* in 2018/19, up from 1,130 2017/18, our research shows.
24 October 2019 I recently had a call with the new FD of a motor client, discussing his obligations under the Senior Accounting Officer (SAO) regime, and I joked with him that regular readers of these blogs may get fed up with me banging on about fuel, but I’m not going to stop until it’s […]
Despite Brexit related jitters the UK’s AIM has still managed to raise over twice as much new capital for companies as all its largest European rivals.
Seaside towns dominate this year’s rankings for the areas with the highest levels of personal insolvencies in the UK, our research shows.
681,000 UK individuals and businesses are so far behind on their tax bills that they have been forced to reschedule their payments with HMRC, our research shows.