Category: Retail Insolvencies

More Construction Insolvencies As Carillion Fallout Continues

Anyone hoping for better news in the construction industry will have to wait longer as data shows hundreds of construction firms entered insolvency in the first quarter of the year.   The collapse of Carillion may have grabbed all the headlines due to its high profile and size, but the ripple effect is already looking a…




What Can You Do If You’re Wrongly Pursued For Debts?

You probably get spam emails every day claiming you owe money but it’s a totally different matter when the claim is genuine and your creditor is claiming you owe them money when this is not the case.   Most often this type of claim is made by an organisation you have not communicated with directly such…




Thousands Of Estate Agents Could Face Insolvency Or Closure

Recent research suggests that estate agents have a fight on their hands if they want to avoid insolvency and closures as a result of factors such as rising levels of competition from online estate agents.   Figures from the year to May 2018 show that 153 estate agents fell into insolvency marking an increase from the…




Fall in Consumer Spending Raises Retail Insolvencies

2017 proved to be a tough year for retailers as consumer spending fell 2.7%, its lowest level for five years. E-commerce spending meanwhile increased over the same period, but not by enough to offset the overall downward trend.  As we enter the first quarter of 2018, retailers are said to be on high alert following…