Audio: Insolvencies – is the worst over?

Audio: Insolvencies - is the worst over?

Is the recent drop in corporate insolvencies just a statistical blip?

Rachael Singh talks to David Kerr, chief executive of the Insolvency
Practitioners Association, about the recent figures on insolvencies and asks if
the worst is over for businesses?

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