Scandal of collapsed Avro Energy revealed: 'ripping off' customers, millions in loans to related firms, complaints from customers and thousands left with higher bills

Picture of Jake Brown from The Times

Scandal of collapsed Avro Energy revealed: 'ripping off' customers, millions in loans to related firms, complaints from customers and thousands left with higher bills

ICSM News Update: China Crisis threatens new Credit Crunch; energy firms collapsing; and ICSM’s data ‘spring clean’

ICSM News Update: China Crisis threatens new Credit Crunch; energy firms collapsing; and ICSM’s data ‘spring clean’

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Nightmare for businesses trying to get paid from zombie firms: end of furlough, rising inflation, stagflation and the Government’s Plan B (but there is an easy solution)

Nightmare for businesses trying to get paid from zombie firms: end of furlough, rising inflation, stagflation and the Government’s Plan B (but there is an easy solution)

Print firm’s collapse caused by 50% rent increase and the pandemic that forced turnover by 70% (but salvation as the creditors vote for a CVA)

Print firm’s collapse caused by 50% rent increase and the pandemic that forced turnover down 70% (but salvation as the creditors vote for a CVA)

Black Thursday September 30th: furlough ends, court fees hiked for small claims and filing for EU trade marks ends

Black Thursday September 30th: furlough ends, court fees hiked for small claims and filing for EU trade marks ends

ICSM News Update: who has gone bust and crashed and burned this summer – plus the billion dollar debts left by Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia – and who will buy Oxford Street’s Topshop building?

ICSM News Update: who has gone bust and crashed and burned this summer – plus the billion dollar debts left by Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia – and who will buy Oxford Street’s Topshop building?

ICSM News Update: the tangled businesses and eye-wateringly high sums owed by Callprint as administrators ‘won’t let it go’ as further extension granted (plus who has gone bust in the print industry)

ICSM News Update: the tangled businesses and eye-wateringly high sums owed by Callprint as administrators ‘won’t let it go’ as further extension granted (plus who has gone bust in the print industry)

Respected London-based printing company crashes as more firms in the printing, media and allied trades hit the rocks

Respected London-based printing company crashes as more firms in the printing, media and allied trades hit the rocks

Liberty Steel’s impending collapse as furlough ends; private school shuts after 222 years; and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s film company owing millions to suppliers

Liberty Steel’s impending collapse as furlough ends; private school shuts after 222 years; and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s film company owing millions to suppliers

Red alert to suppliers of Amigo as the money lender admits it could go bust

Red alert to suppliers of Amigo as the money lender admits it could go bust

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Printers, hauliers, builders, retailers, hotels: the end of furlough Armageddon is happening as firms large and small are going bust as they come off life-support.

The Bonnie and Clyde of the print industry and the strange story of how the police lost computer evidence that could have jailed a couple of fraudsters

The duo at the time when portraryed as the Bonnie and Clyde of the print industry

The Bonnie and Clyde of the print industry and the strange story of how the police lost computer evidence that could have jailed a couple of fraudsters

"It's a billion pound furlough fraud" - the real cost of the abuse of Covid support by fraudsters as they pocked cash for phantom workers and non-existent companies

"It's a billion pound furlough fraud" - the real cost of the abuse of Covid support by fraudsters as they pocked cash for phantom workers and non-existent companies

ICSM: “This is the tip of the iceberg” - Companies wound up for fraudulently claiming bounce back loans worth £230,000

Pic: Daily Mirror

ICSM: “This is the tip of the iceberg” - Companies wound up for fraudulently claiming bounce back loans worth £230,000

ICSM: “It’s about time!” New law to allow the Insolvency Service to ‘go after’ directors of phoenix companies and insolvent firms suspected of abusing Government loans and furlough payments

ICSM: “It’s about time!” New law to allow the Insolvency Service to ‘go after’ directors of phoenix companies and insolvent firms suspected of abusing Government loans and furlough payments

Jitters within the travel industry as Gatwick enters talks over its bank debts, and Stobart Air goes bust joining a long list airlines destroyed by the pandemic

Jitters within the travel industry as Gatwick enters talks over its bank debts, and Stobart Air goes bust joining a long list airlines destroyed by the pandemic

Eyebrows raised as ‘phoenix’ print firm leaves suppliers with £120,355 in unpaid invoices (plus list of recent liquidations)

Eyebrows raised as ‘phoenix’ print firm leaves suppliers with £120,355 in unpaid invoices (plus list of recent liquidations)

Print Week: future of the printing industry up for grabs as the Daily Mail DMG is reviewed which could make ‘structural changes’ to the sector

Print Week: future of the printing industry up for grabs as the Daily Mail DMG contract is reviewed which could make ‘structural changes’ to the sector

ICSM ISSUES RED ALERT: with furloughing about to end the number of companies not paying their invoices is escalating - Ian Carrotte's warning on the growing crisis

ICSM ISSUES RED ALERT: with furloughing about to end the number of companies not paying their invoices is escalating - Ian Carrotte's warning on the growing crisis

Suppliers to collapsed print giant Howard Hunt 'won’t get a penny' as administrators given extension to sort the mess left by the directors

Suppliers to collapsed print giant Howard Hunt 'won’t get a penny' as administrators are given extension to sort the mess left by the directors

Print Week’s comments section ‘on fire’ over fears for the future of YM Group due to delayed accounts and an increase in losses - as accountants blame Covid and Brexit

Print Week’s comments section ‘on fire’ over fears for the future of YM Group due to delayed accounts and an increase in losses - as accountants blame Covid and Brexit

Major concerns raised as more hauliers and couriers hit hard times – with Tradeteam’s deepening losses raising eyebrows

Major concerns raised as more hauliers and couriers hit hard times – with Tradeteam’s deepening losses raising eyebrows

Scandal of the asset strippers: ICSM’s Ian Carrotte backs parliament to quiz Debenhams duo who took the money and ran

On the left is Darren Jones, left, who chairs the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy committee, and Stephen Timms, right, chairman of the Work and Pensions committee and on the right is Rob Templeman the former CEO of Debenhams and Jonathan Feuer , a managing partner at CVC

Scandal of the asset strippers: ICSM’s Ian Carrotte backs parliament to quiz Debenhams duo who took the money and ran (leaving suppliers unpaid and 19,000 staff unemployed)

Red alert to suppliers of the construction company Clevedon Bridge after reports that it is on the ‘brink of collapse’

Red alert to suppliers of the construction company Clevedon Bridge after reports that it is on the ‘brink of collapse’

ICSM Retail Insolvency News: reasons why shops are closing are well known - but there is one elephant in the room nobody mentions that causes their demise - plus a list of latest casualties

Pic: Oxford Street Debenhams shut. The Independent.

ICSM Retail Insolvency News: reasons why shops are closing are well known - but there is one elephant in the room nobody mentions that causes their demise - plus a list of latest casualties

ICSM logistics and haulage industry insolvency news: string of firms go into administration as a quarter of SMEs have ‘significant financial’ problems – plus a list of who has gone bust recently

ICSM logistics and haulage industry insolvency news: string of firms go into administration as a quarter of SMEs have ‘significant financial’ problems – plus a list of who has gone bust recently

Printing and Allied Industries: suppliers and customers ‘spooked’ as YM Group blame Companies House for delays to publishing their accounts; plus a list of who has gone bust recently

Printing and Allied Industries: suppliers and customers ‘spooked’ as YM Group blame Companies House for delays to publishing their accounts; plus a list of who has gone bust recently

Liverpool hotel, bar and restaurant chain collapses owing nearly £113m (but the owner tried to transfer its assets before the collapse)

In the firing line Katie and Lawrence Kenwright of Signature Living

Liverpool hotel, bar and restaurant chain collapses owing nearly £113m (but the owner tried to transfer its assets before the collapse)

Welsh construction firm collapses owing £20m making it the biggest crash since Styles & Wood in March 2020

Alison Whistance (ThinCats), Jon Williams (WRW), Alex Jenkins (WRW), Jason Evans (Gambit) (Image: Paul Fears Photography)

Welsh construction firm collapses owing £20m making it the biggest crash since Styles & Wood in March 2020 - plus a listing all builders who've bust recently

Will an England win really boost the economy and do football clubs actually make money - the answer is not the one you want to hear

 

Getty images

Will an England win really boost the economy and do football clubs actually make money - the answer is not the one you want to hear

 

The eye-wateringly high furlough fraud figures as the Inland Revenue clamps down on the billions going missing

The eye-wateringly high furlough fraud figures as the Inland Revenue clamps down on the billions going missing

ICSM Business Information: everything you wanted to know about the furlough scheme but were afraid to ask (and yes, millionaire Love Island stars claimed furlough payments)

Picture Captial FM. See the story at https://www.capitalfm.com/news/tv-film/love-island/furlough-scheme-millions-claiming/

ICSM Business Information: everything you wanted to know about the furlough scheme but were afraid to ask (and yes, millionaire Love Island stars claimed furlough payments)

Printing and allied industries: blow to exhibitors and visitors as The Print Show is moved to 2022

Print Show at the NEC put back a year as Covid-19 strikes again

Printing industry braces itself for the end of furlough scheme as companies come out of hibernation to a bleak autumn

Printing industry braces itself for the end of furlough scheme as companies come out of hibernation to a bleak autumn

Bill Wyman’s Sticky Fingers restaurant is the latest casualty of Covid-19’s effect on hospitality (read ICSM’s latest list of pubs, restaurants, hotels and events management firms that have hit the rocks)

Bill Wyman’s Sticky Fingers restaurant is the latest casualty of Covid-19’s effect on hospitality (read ICSM’s latest list of pubs, restaurants, hotels and events management firms that have hit the rocks)

The strange case of companies sold for a pound (but there

The strange case of companies sold for a pound (but there's always a catch)

Stobart Air’s collapse marks the beginning of a summer of company crashes as firms fail after coming off furlough cash

Stobart Air’s collapse marks the beginning of a summer of company crashes as firms fail after coming off furlough cash

Danger sign for suppliers: when a customer changes payment terms to 90 days and beyond (as Thomas Cook did before collapse)

Picture: The Guardian

Danger sign for suppliers: when a customer changes payment terms to 90 days and beyond (as Thomas Cook did before collapse)

The Northern Ireland Protocol piles up problems for businesses with a warning many firms will go bust as costs spiral and there

Loyalists take part in an anti-Northern Ireland Protocol rally in Portadown. Brian Lawless/PA Wire for the Belfast Telegraph

The Northern Ireland Protocol piles up problems for businesses with a warning many firms will go bust as costs spiral and there's discontent on the streets

ICSM News for June: with listings of who has gone bust by industry sector in May and updates on firms on the brink of collapse

ICSM News for June: with listings of who has gone bust by industry sector in May and updates on firms on the brink of collapse

Red alert to suppliers: London food market hall chain rumoured to be about to seek a company voluntary arrangement (CVA)

Red alert to suppliers: London food market hall chain rumoured to be about to seek a company voluntary arrangement (CVA)

Unsecured creditors await outcome of haulier’s claim for a WHOPPING £8 MILLION damages against European truck cartel

Unsecured creditors await outcome of haulier’s claim for a WHOPPING £8 MILLION damages against European truck cartel

Dodgy directors in the cross hairs as the Insolvency Service looks to crack down on dissolved companies

Dodgy directors in the cross hairs as the Insolvency Service looks to crack down on dissolved companies

The puzzle of fewer insolvencies in a shrunk Covid-affected economy – what’s behind the figures?

Debenhams has been one of the casualties this year

The puzzle of fewer insolvencies in a shrunk Covid-affected economy – what’s behind the figures?

Britain’s largest sub-prime money lender on the brink of collapse as echoes of the 2008 Credit Crunch continue

Britain’s largest sub-prime money lender on the brink of collapse as echoes of the 2008 Credit Crunch continue

Five years on, the final chapter of the collapse of Polestar is written as PUPL Realisation Ltd, (Polestar UK Print) is dissolved

Five years on, the final chapter of the collapse of Polestar is written as PUPL Realisation Ltd, (Polestar UK Print) is dissolved

Liberty Steel crisis latest: Sajeev Gupta puts more plants up for sale; Bank of England suspected Gupta’s bank in 2019; and Ian Carrotte says collapse is inevitable

Liberty Steel crisis latest: Sajeev Gupta puts more plants up for sale; Bank of England suspected Gupta’s bank in 2019; and Ian Carrotte says collapse is inevitable

Liberty Steel: ICSM ‘there are consequences when you default on an £18m bank loan’

Pic: BBC

Liberty Steel: ICSM ‘there are consequences when you default on an £18m bank loan’

April’s insolvencies, crypto currency collapse, inflation concerns, and Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop company could be struck off by Companies House

Gwyneth Paltrow publicity chot for Goop. Pic: Sky News

April’s insolvencies, crypto currency collapse, inflation concerns, and Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop company could be struck off by Companies House

Prawn sellers, business lenders and builders hit the rocks while a famous chain of shoe shops struggle

Prawn sellers, business lenders and builders hit the rocks while a famous chain of shoe shops struggle

Retail administrations pile up as Debenhams finally close their doors after 240 years as suppliers take millions in losses

Pic: Hertfordshire Mercury

Retail administrations pile up as Debenhams finally close their doors after 240 years as suppliers take millions in losses

The slow motion collapse of Sanjeev Gupta's Liberty Steel shows how it is always best to do business by the book

Pic: BBC

The slow motion collapse of Sanjeev Gupta's Liberty Steel shows how it is always best to do business by the book

The six year sting: how Boris Johnson’s County Court Judgement could have hit his credit record

The six year sting: how Boris Johnson’s County Court Judgement could hit his credit record

Printing industry news: pre-pack deal as A4 Laser Labels acquires CF Labels

Printing industry news: pre-pack deal as A4 Laser Labels acquires CF Labels

Finally a High Street fashion chain that has come through a CVA and survived - despite a legal battle with landlords

Finally a High Street fashion chain that has come through a CVA and survived - despite a legal battle with landlords

Printing industry takes another hit as Zanders Paper folds – plus news of more print industry firms in trouble

Printing industry takes another hit as Zanders Paper folds – plus news of more print industry firms in trouble

ICSM insolvency haulage news: from company collapses to the 'Brexit mess’ – and news of a new date for the CV Show

ICSM insolvency haulage news: from company collapses to the ’Brexit mess’ – and news of a new date for the CV Show

NCP Car Parks beg landlords to restructure rents to stave off collapse

NCP Car Parks beg landlords to restructure rents to stave off collapse

Total crap: a warning from history - how a company CEO can destroy their business with ill-chosen remarks – Gerald Ratner 30 years on

Total crap: a warning from history - how a company CEO can destroy their business with ill-chosen remarks – Gerald Ratner 30 years on

Victory for the 39 former postmasters as Judge quashes their convictions in multi-million pound scandal

Pic: PA and BBC

Victory for the 39 former postmasters as Judge quashes their convictions in multi-million pound scandal 

As the European Super League collapses - the real truth about football as a business is it isn’t one

Pic: BBC

As the European Super League collapses - the real truth about football as a business is it isn’t one

Meat eaters wanted: as Covid-19 regulations ease there’s an alarming rise in voluntary liquidations among meat wholesalers

Meat eaters wanted: as Covid-19 regulations ease there’s an alarming rise in voluntary liquidations among meat wholesalers

Hauliers fear 'Armageddon of liquidations' as non-essential retailers begin to reopen (or not reopen)

Fear of an 'Armageddon of liquidations' as non-essential retailers begin to reopen (or not reopen)

ICSM Print Industry News: Trade Show Wars: Chris Davies confirms The Print Show WILL take place this September while Sign and Digital is delayed to 2022 as the battle for supremacy continues

Chris Davies of The Print Show

ICSM Print Industry News: Trade Show Wars: Chris Davies confirms The Print Show WILL take place this September while Sign and Digital is delayed to 2022 as the battle for supremacy continues

With the death of fraudster Bernie Madoff a look back at a history of stock market scams from Charles Ponzi to Levi John Coyle

Charles Ponzi in custody

With the death of fraudster Bernie Madoff a look back at a history of stock market scams from Charles Ponzi to Levi John Coyle

Heady mix of Covid and Brexit

Heady mix of Covid and Brexit's impact on business means suppliers struggle as insolvencies rise (but the death of the Duke of Edinburgh has boosted the print industry with extra supplements)

The ex-PM, the businessman, the Chancellor and the failed financier: dodgy goings on over billion pound company crash

The ex-PM, the businessman, the Chancellor and the failed financier: dodgy goings on over billion pound company crash

Worried your client won't pay? Watch this video and learn how ICSM membership helps to prevent bad debts and late payers

Worried your client won't pay? Watch this video and learn how ICSM membership helps to prevent bad debts and late payers

ICSM's April 2021 Newsletter

ICSM's April 2021 Newsletter

The printing press that creates wine, VW's rebranding, the Summer of Dove and other April Fool’s jokes

The printing press that creates wine, VW's rebranding, the Summer of Dove and other April Fool’s jokes

Concerns mount for suppliers to the Eurostar as the under pressure train firm teeters on the brink of collapse

Concerns mount for suppliers to the Eurostar as the under pressure train firm teeters on the brink of collapse

A collapsing house of cards: Liberty Steel, Greensill Capital, Credit Suisse and GFG – a total mess that could leave creditors billions out of pocket

A collapsing house of cards: Liberty Steel, Greensill Capital, Credit Suisse and GFG – a total mess that could leave creditors billions out of pocket

Confessions of a print manager as ex Paperhat CEO Tim Peppiatt sparks a spat in Print Week

Tim Peppiatt Pic: Print Week

Confessions of a print manager as ex Paperhat CEO Tim Peppiatt sparks a spat in Print Week (because his creditors never forget his past)

 

As Wooha brewery stops bottling beer a look at the reasons behind insolvencies in the noble business of making beer

Pic: Best Beer Festivals

Two pints of your finest ale landlord and I'll pay you in two years time: why micro breweries are going bust

ICSM News: Various, legal and finance news, football betting firm collapses amid allegations of ‘21st century Ponzi scheme’

ICSM News: Various, legal and finance news - Minister for Gambling John Whittingdale demands answers from Gambling Commission after betting firm collapses with £58m of punters' cash

ICSM Hospitality News: Pubs take on the Government, ‘let us open when shops open in April’

Picture: BBC

ICSM Hospitality News: Pubs take on the Government, ‘let us open when shops open in April’

ICSM News: bonfire of the jobs as the High Street loses 250,000 workers in 12 months as 48 shops close every day

Picture: The Guardian

ICSM News: bonfire of the jobs as the High Street loses 250,000 workers in 12 months while ICSM warns of worse to come

ICSM March 2021 Newsletter with a complete list of who has gone bust sector by sector

ICSM's March 2021 Newsletter with a complete list of who has gone bust sector by sector

ICSM Printing and Allied Industries’ News: card company’s troubles; publisher hit by school text book cuts and print promotion show shifted to 2022

ICSM Printing and Allied Industries’ News: card company’s troubles; publisher hit by school text book cuts and print promotion show shifted to 2022

RED ALERT. Factoring failure - a factor in the threatened collapse of Liberty Steel

ICSM RED ALERT: factoring failure - a factor in the threatened collapse of Liberty Steel

COMMENT It’s time to address the elephant in the room: the Brexit trade deal

COMMENT It’s time to address the elephant in the room: the Brexit trade deal

Comment: The Budget: spend, spend, spend before the tax hikes take effect but by then Rishi Sunak will be PM and it will be someone else in Number 11 who takes the heat

Comment: The Budget: spend, spend, spend – before the tax hikes take effect – but by then Rishi Sunak will be PM and it will be someone else in Number 11 who takes the heat

Rishi Sunak’s ‘holding’ budget: furlough extension to September; hike in corporation tax; business rates holiday extended but long term recovery plan outlined

Rishi Sunak’s ‘holding’ budget: furlough extension to September; hike in corporation tax; business rates holiday extended - but no long term recovery plan outlined

The ghost of Polestar reappears as Peter Andreou returns to the industry - setting tongues wagging

The ghost of Polestar reappears as Peter Andreou returns to the industry - setting tongues wagging

The follies of factoring your accounts – how it can go horribly wrong - and telling fibs to the factoring agency will end badly

The follies of factoring your accounts – how it can go horribly wrong - and telling 'porkies' to the factoring agency will end in disaster

My story of clients that did not pay up forcing me to stop publishing a popular magazine - and how I would treat those clients differently now

Harry Mottram

My story of clients that didn't pay up forcing me to stop publishing a popular magazine - and how I would treat those clients differently now

We’ve got a road map out of the Covid-19 crisis but beware giving credit to firms planning to reopen

We’ve got a road map out of the Covid-19 crisis but beware giving credit to firms planning to reopen

Good and bad news for sales of magazines during the business destroying lockdowns due to Covid-19

Good and bad news for sales of magazines during the business destroying lockdowns due to Covid-19 with Slimming World down and BBC Good Food up

Gina Miller calls for an independent enquiry into failed fund manager Neil Woodford’s plans to start a new investment company (after the £3.7bn disaster last time)

Gina Miller calls for an independent enquiry into failed fund manager Neil Woodford’s plans to start a new investment company (after the £3.7bn disaster last time)

Making a monkey out of their customers: UK SMEs and sole traders lose out as Gibraltar based insurance company enters administration

Making a monkey out of their customers: UK SMEs and sole traders lose out as Gibraltar based insurance company enters administration

REVEALED: who has gone bust this year - key companies listed in our industry sector by industry sector - in an easy to read format from ICSM Credit

REVEALED: who has gone bust this year - key companies listed in our industry sector by industry sector -  in an easy to read format from ICSM Credit

Keep Calm and contact ICSM Credit now to check your clients will not go bust when furlough ends

ICSM Credit Print Industry News: Question mark over The Print Show; Print Week lists dodgy goings on; how is the trade press doing; and listed: more printers go bust

ICSM Credit Print Industry News: Question mark over The Print Show; Print Week lists dodgy goings on; how is the trade press doing; and listed: more printers go bust

Pull up the credit drawbridge on late payers as thousands of firms begin to go bust as the dam bursts on the Covid Crisis

Pull up the credit drawbridge on late payers as thousands of firms begin to go bust as the dam bursts on the Covid Crisis

Domesday 2021: up to a million businesses to go bust when furloughing ends as ICSM Credit warns of the economy’s ‘ticking time bomb’

Domesday 2021: Up to a million businesses to go bust when furloughing ends as ICSM Credit warns of the economy’s ‘ticking time bomb’

A story of our times: retailer Boohoo acquires Debenhams brand and intellectual property rights in £55m deal (but not the stock, shops, staff or invoices from unpaid suppliers)

A story of our times: retailer Boohoo acquires Debenhams brand and intellectual property rights in £55m deal (but not the stock, shops, staff or invoices from unpaid suppliers)

The Big Short 2: how a us V them battle over GameStop’s shares reveals the risky world of shorting as explained in Adam McKay’s film

The Big Short 2: how a us V them battle over GameStop’s shares reveals the risky world of shorting as explained in Adam McKay’s film

The 2008 Credit Crunch explained in Adam McKay’s adrenalin filled tragic-black comedy movie The Big Short

Margot Robbie appears in a bath to explain financial matters

The 2008 Credit Crunch explained in Adam McKay’s adrenalin filled tragic-black comedy movie The Big Short shows how easy it is for fraudster bankers to bring an economy down – is it happening again with Covid-19 loans?

CREDIT INSIDER: don’t get sucked into giving credit to ailing retailers – as Arcadia announce closing 31 shops and Superdry wobble after massive losses

CREDIT INSIDER: don’t get sucked into giving credit to ailing retailers – as Arcadia announce closing 31 shops and Superdry wobble after massive losses

Thought it couldn’t get any worse? Experts predict INFLATION is set to return in 2021 along with higher interest rates

Thought it couldn’t get any worse? Experts predict INFLATION is set to return in 2021 along with higher interest rates

Print Industry News: wide format print operator bought out of administration; director gets lengthy ban; and Brexit red tape hits magazine

Print Industry News: wide format print operator bought out of administration; director gets lengthy ban; and Brexit red tape hits magazine

Anger at banks that ‘rip off struggling businesses’ during the shutdowns with 35% emergency loans

Anger at banks that ‘rip off struggling businesses’ during the shutdowns with 35% emergency loans

Film makers call on Government to help lockdown cinemas (as Hollywood delays blockbuster releases)

Signed the letter: Amma Asante MBE is a British filmmaker, screenwriter, former actress

Film makers call on Government to help lockdown cinemas (as Hollywood delays blockbuster releases)

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ICSM Credit's Newsletter January 2021

Covid-19’s double dip recession on the way as winter lockdown costs our economy £390m a day - the first such downturn since 1975

Covid-19’s double dip recession on the way as winter lockdown costs our economy £390m a day - the first such downturn since 1975

BREAKING NEWS: Supreme Court backs small businesses in battle over coronavirus business interruption claims with insurance firms

BREAKING NEWS: Supreme Court backs small businesses in battle over coronavirus business interruption claims with insurance firms

Ruling expected TODAY for thousands of small businesses in Covid insurance case (after insurers refused to pay up)

Ruling expected TODAY for thousands of small businesses in Covid insurance case (after insurers refused to pay up)

Bonnie and Clyde of the printing industry escape latest attempt to nail them; Essentra set to shut some UK sites; Bradford firm goes bust and trouble at Royal Mail - ICSM Credit

Bonnie and Clyde of the printing industry escape latest attempt to nail them; Essentra set to shut some UK sites; Bradford firm goes bust and trouble at Royal Mail - ICSM Credit's latest print industry news

Kwasi Kwarteng goes in for the kill: business secretary takes ‘disgraced’ Carillion executives to court

Kwasi Kwarteng goes in for the kill: business secretary takes ‘disgraced’ Carillion executives to court

Alarm at collapsing firms (even on Christmas Day) as David Lloyd Leisure and GLL signal cashflow problems plus the publican who has borrowed £4m to stay afloat

Alarm at collapsing firms (even on Christmas Day) as David Lloyd Leisure and GLL signal cashflow problems - plus the publican who has borrowed £4m to stay afloat

A dream of two 1960s art students in creating a beautiful shop selling designer paper products could be about to die on the altar of Covid-19

Pic BBC

A dream of two 1960s art students in creating a beautiful shop selling designer paper products could be about to die on the altar of Covid-19

Up to three million self-employed and other workers

Pic: H&M

Up to three million self-employed and other workers 'don't qualify for any Government Lockdown Covid cash'

Lockdown the sequel: Ian Carrotte warns of mass unemployment and many business failures as industry groups round on the Chancellor

Lockdown the sequel: Ian Carrotte warns of mass unemployment as industry groups round on the Government for failing small businesses during the Covid-19 crisis

Sally Jones of Ernst Young of the Big Four insolvency outfits asks what does the Brexit deal actually mean for business?

Sally Jones of Ernst Young of the Big Four insolvency outfits asks what does the Brexit deal actually mean for business?

Brexit: the EU trade deal brokered at Christmas gives a relief to business but it means “freedom” comes with a cost

Brexit: the EU trade deal brokered at Christmas gives a relief to business but it means “freedom” comes with a cost

In praise of the printed catalogue – how online shopping and websites have edged out the ‘books of dreams’

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