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Portsmouth player blames administrators as liquidation looms

With three days left until the liquidation deadline, administrators contine to negotiate deals to remove the final two senior players

07 Aug 2012

Trevor Birch

Portsmouth administrators warn club could shut in two weeks

PKF administrators have warned they might have to liquidate the club by 10 August if some player contracts have not been renegotiated

25 Jul 2012

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Portsmouth administrators condemn Football League

PKF administrators to Portsmouth FC critical of Football League decision to deduct ten points from the club

13 Jul 2012

Creditors swap RSM Tenon for PKF as liquidators

The creditors for collapsed wine distributor D & D Wines International swap RSM Tenon administrators for PKF liquidators

10 Jul 2012

PKF administrators make 87 redundancies at Cecil Jacobs

Administrators have had to close all but one of the 19 stores in Cecil Jacob’s property portfolio following its collapse

20 Jun 2012

PKF administrators make 46 redundancies at Cecil Jacobs

Administrators forced to close seven stores at collapsed camera retailer

08 Jun 2012

PKF administrators called to camera retailer Jacobs

UK’s largest independent camera retailer, employing 154 staff with 19 stores, collapses with PKF’s Eddie Kerr and Jim Stewart-Foster taking up the appointment

06 Jun 2012

Portsmouth administrators line up Balram Chainrai for sale

PKF administrators reveal that former owner Balram Chainrai has been the only bidder to the collapsed club so far

21 May 2012

Moving up the audit food chain

Mid-tier firms hope AIU report will offer tastier audit clients. But are their eyes bigger than their bellies?

14 May 2012

PKF urged to pay more attention to audit of impairments

Issues found relating to the sufficiency of audit evidence used for key judgements over the impairment of deferred costs and goodwill

10 May 2012

PKF appoints Gouw as tax partner

Peter Gouw joins PKF from KPMG

30 Apr 2012

Baker Tilly to sit on Portsmouth FC creditors’ committee

PKF administrators reveal that Baker Tilly liquidators will make up creditors’ committee of collapsed club Portsmouth FC

27 Apr 2012

Budget Predictions 2: The Chancellor Strikes Back

As if our first round of Budget predictions wasn't enough, another slew of opinions have been formed about the content of tomorrow's statement

20 Mar 2012

Administrators manage to obtain funds for Portsmouth

PKF administrtors manage to agree parachute payments with the Football League

08 Mar 2012

UHY hit back at Portsmouth FC administrators PKF

UHY Hacker Young administrators hit back at PKF administrators on issues concerning Portsmouth FC funds

02 Mar 2012

UHY makes formal complaint to ICAEW about PKF

UHY Hacker Young makes complaint to institute about PKF administrators' appointment to Portsmouth FC

24 Feb 2012

#AAYP: A world of opportunities

Despite tough business conditions, the draw of accountancy has never been so strong

23 Feb 2012

HMRC successful in blocking UHY administrators to Portsmouth FC

Former Chelsea FC CEO and PKF partner Trevor Birch takes Portsmouth FC administration

17 Feb 2012

PKF network's fees climb 7% in 2011

PKF International sees income climb to $2.6bn

05 Jan 2012

PKF to hand over documents to West Ham's Karren Brady

Phone records of Karren Brady that ended up with PKF, to be handed over to her lawyers along with other documentation

24 Nov 2011

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