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The Insolvency Service newsletter: winter 2017
In our Winter newsletter we look how insolvency forms are changing, welcome our newly appointed chairman, directors and criminal enforcement team, and put the spotlight on our work with the Home Office to disqualify the directors of companies employing illegal workers.
The Winter 2017 edition of our quarterly stakeholder newsletter is now available.
The newsletter explains what we are doing to strengthen the insolvency regime, improve our services and provides updates on important developments.
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Latest News from
Garage owner disqualified for trading whilst insolvent06/06/2017 10:15:00
Russell Gwyn Williams was disqualified from acting as a director on 23 June 2015 for seven years for trading to the detriment of creditors between 25 January 2013 and 14 August 2013 whilst his garage repairer and MOT specialist group of businesses, was insolvent, incurring further liabilities of £106,097, including £89,134 to the Crown for PAYE/NIC and VAT.
Credit union directors banned for flouting regulations21/04/2017 11:15:00
Three directors of a former Bournemouth-based credit union which went into administration owing more than £7m have received lengthy bans.
PPI company director gets 10-year ban21/04/2017 10:15:00
Dean Anthony Spencer, the director of Claim & Gain Limited, has been banned for misleading customers and breaching government regulations.
12-year bankruptcy restriction for man who ran failed £8.5m spread betting scheme21/04/2017 09:15:00
Stuart Carl Mudge, who ran a failed spread betting scheme has been given a lengthy bankruptcy restriction by the County Court at Cardiff.