Licensed Insolvency Practitioners and the Travel Industry

Posted 18th December 2017 by Craig in

Licensed Insolvency Practitioners

Trouble in the Travel Industry! The Role of Licensed Insolvency Practitioners.

The much publicised collapse of Monarch Airlines in the autumn lead to some asking the question as to what happens when a travel company fails? Simon Parker has dealt with a significant number of travel industry insolvencies over the past 20 years and looks very briefly at the issues that need to be addressed and the work involved in the days leading up to and following an appointment.

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Monarch – A Company in Administration

Posted 4th October 2017 by Craig in

Company Voluntary Arrangement

Monarch – A Company in Administration

Monarch’s Administration Affects 860,000 People – and some of them are insolvency practitioners. Here we look at some of the details and what happens to the people affected.

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UK Company Administrations Remain Steady

Posted 14th August 2017 by Craig in

Creditors Voluntary Liquidations

More Emphasis Now Placed on Company Rescue with Administrations

Antony Batty & Company is 16th in the Insolytics League Table for UK appointments to Company Administrations, CVLs and MVLs. The first meeting is FREE.

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