Administrations

Trevor Birch

Portsmouth court date pushed back for a third time

Administrators to Portsmouth will need to wait until the end of the month to find out the future of the collapsed club

16 Jan 2013

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Deloitte administrators appointed to HMV

Music retailer formally appoints Deloitte administrators

16 Jan 2013

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Deloitte’s Neville Kahn to lead HMV administration

Kahn and two other Deloitte administrators called to struggling music retailer

15 Jan 2013

Jessops administrators to make more than 1,300 redundancies

PwC administrators have announced the closure of the camera retail chain

14 Jan 2013

BDO administrators to Dewey receive £36.7m claim from US arm

Dewey & LeBoeuf US has made a claim to UK arm BDO administrators of £36.7m a progress report has shown

10 Jan 2013

PwC administrators called to Jessops

Irreconcilable differences between directors funders and suppliers, such as Nikon and Canon, sees PwC administrators appointed to the 192-store camera chain

10 Jan 2013

EC's insolvency plans not totally harmonious

Plan to create European-wide insolvency rules is heading in the right direction, but many fear that it will undo insolvency professionals' good work

18 Dec 2012

Pickfords sold in pre-pack to offload pension liabilities

BDO administrators sell Pickfords to management to offload its defined benefit pension

05 Dec 2012

KPMG administrators rack up £51.6m fees at MF Global

Administrators charge £51.6m for 13 months' work on world’s first special administration

04 Dec 2012

Funding for litigation needn’t be so tough for IPs

Although government gives the insolvency profession until April 2015 before changing litigation funding rules, practitioners need to get their house in order now, writes Kristy Zander

04 Dec 2012

SFP administrator brothers called to Active Technologies

SFP insolvency brothers continue to trade manufacturer, which entered administration following £400,000 of debts it was unable to service

03 Dec 2012

Court of Appeal to scrutinise Lehman FSD

Lehman Brothers companies fighting to be excluded from Pension Regulator’s financial support direction

03 Dec 2012

KPMG administrators say JJB creditors will receive next to nothing

Collapsed retailer owes £212m to unsecured creditors, with just £600,000 to share out. Shareholders also to receive no repayment

30 Nov 2012

Administrators to close a further 125 Comet stores

Up to 2,500 jobs to go as Deloitte administrators look to close 125 stores

29 Nov 2012

Leonard Curtis administrators sort Harley Medical pre-pack

Leonard Curtis administrators organise pre-pack for Harley Medical Group following legal claims from women affected by faulty breast implants

26 Nov 2012

Taxman criticised over handling of businesses mis-sold rate swaps

MPs say HM Revenue & Customs have been "rather less that sympathetic" to companies mis-sold interest rate swaps

23 Nov 2012

Portsmouth FC administrators receive early court date

Portsmouth administrators given date to seal the deal on a sale but club will be liquidated if court disagrees

21 Nov 2012

PwC administrators called to charity as its pension deficit rises

People Can calls in PwC administrators as as increases in its pension deficit contributions become unsustainable

21 Nov 2012

Deloitte administrators make 735 redundancies at Comet HQ

Administrators announce 735 redundancies in the head office, call centre and delivery network at Comet

19 Nov 2012

Colin: Taxis rank highly with PwC

Colin's usual sidewards, squinty, glance at the news: PwC's administration of Manganese Bronze proves eye-catching

19 Nov 2012

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