BusinessBusiness RecoveryDeloitte looks at Jarvis

Deloitte looks at Jarvis

Big Four firm, Deloitte, has been called in to assess support services group Jarvis' long-term business prospects and short-term cash flow.

According to theThe company has been in talks with its banks and is undertaking a strategic review, although it is not clear whether the banks called in Deloitte or Jarvis took the initiative itself.

The troubled company pulled out of railway maintenance following the Potters Bar rail crash in 2002 which occurred on a stretch of rail for which it was responsible.

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