Financial difficulties can lead to a company being placed into administration. Once in administration, the company, along with its affairs and assets, are managed by an administrator; a licensed insolvency practitioner. Depending on the situation they may sell all or part of the business as a going concern, or sell off the assets, or the business may have to be closed down. One key goal for the administrators is to repay any secured creditors. There is a very good chance that the company in administration continues in one form or another.
Please note that all counties and addresses are sorted by their respective post codes. In cases where post codes overlap with neighbouring counties, this may be reflected in your results.
101 - 120 of 5916 businesses in administration
|Date Published||Industry||County (?)||Assets|
|26/05/2022||Transportation And Storage||Cumbria||£1,249,670|
|25/05/2022||Real Estate Activities||Greater London||-|
|24/05/2022||Human Health And Social Work Activities||Buckinghamshire||-|
|24/05/2022||Accommodation And Food Service Activities||Greater London||-|
|20/05/2022||Accommodation And Food Service Activities||Greater London||-|
|20/05/2022||Information And Communication||Merseyside||£27,455,907|
|20/05/2022||Accommodation And Food Service Activities||Merseyside||-|
|19/05/2022||Information And Communication||Greater London||£9,272,093|
|19/05/2022||Transportation And Storage||Dorset||£480,047|
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