BusinessBusiness RecoveryHardy Amies on brink of administration

Hardy Amies on brink of administration

Notice of intention to enter administration leaves the Queen's clothesmaker just days from insolvency

Hardy Amies is on the cusp of administration as attempts are made to rescue
the struggling the Queen’s dressmaker.

It has filed a notice of its intention to appoint an administrator and has
five days to secure a deal before entering administration.

A deal proposed over the weekend had collapsed, prompting its latest move.

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