BusinessBusiness RecoveryCharterhouse Communications goes into administration

Charterhouse Communications goes into administration

One of the UK's largest independent financial publishing houses calls in KPMG partners to manage the business

Partners from KPMG have been appointed as joint adminstrators of Charterhouse
Communications and Charterhouse Communications Group Ltd.

David John Crawshaw and Myles Antony Halley will manage the affairs, business
and property of Charterhouse
Communications,the
company said
.

Charterhouse Communications is the parent company of the Charterhouse
Communications Group, one of the largest independent financial publishing houses
in the United Kingdom.

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