Kingston Smith

Rowland takes Kingston Smith partner role

Lynne Rowland joins Kingston Smith's private client team

10 Jan 2014

Lucy In Disguise

Kingston Smith liquidators called to Lily Allen-founded business

Lucy in Disguise enters liquidation with £845,000 debts

28 Nov 2013

Mike Hayes promoted to Kingston Smith partner

Tax specialist Hayes promoted to partner, from principal, at Kingston Smith

15 Jan 2013

Liquidators used for first time by SOCA to collect tax

Kingston Smith partner Ian Defty called in by SOCA to help collect £1.7m in tax

01 Jun 2012

Kingston Smith administrator saves 153 jobs

Administrator sells family business back to management

09 May 2012

Xero to triple UK operations in the next year

Buoyant UK accountancy market sees online accountancy IT provder for practices bolster operations

29 Mar 2012

Kingston Smith administrators called to Shoon

Ian Robert, insolvency partner at Kingston Smith is named administrator

09 Feb 2012

Corporate finance teams cash in on mid-market M&A recovery

Corporate finance teams report steady growth in parts of the M&A market, but deals are taking longer to complete

24 Jan 2012

Moshi Moshi calls in Kingston Smith administrators

Administrators are appointed to pioneering sushi restaurant as 'internal difficulties' divide the business

04 Nov 2011

Kingston Smith recruits MacIntyre Hudson IP

Insolvency practitioner Brian Baker leaves MacIntyre Hudson for a similar role at Kingston Smith

21 Jul 2011

Kingston Smith liquidator called to Fox & Co

Ian Defty appointed liquidator to fine-leather goods retailer in London

13 Jul 2011

Sven-Goran Erikkson hires Kingston Smith to liquidate advisors

Ex-England manager calls in Ian Defty to liquidate company of former financial advisors

06 May 2011

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