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28 October 2013 15:00
James Ernest Robinson and his two children Andrew Robinson and Jacqueline Salt, directors of Luggie UK Ltd (“Luggie”) in Yorkshire, have been disqualified from being company directors for a total of 26 years for selling high priced scooters to disabled and elderly people, without assessing their needs.
25 October 2013 09:45
Bradford solicitor John Wilson, the director of legal services firm, Lawyours LLP (‘Lawyours’), has been disqualified from acting as a director by the High Court sitting in Leeds for seven years, for failing to pay £0.6m in tax.
17 October 2013 12:30
Five connected land ‘investment’ companies that operated a £5m land banking scam in Brazil from a UK base, using high pressure sales tactics have been wound up in the public interest by the High Court.
12 September 2013 12:40
Eight companies which offered misleading, inaccurate and financially damaging information to ailing businesses in England and Wales, or were guilty of serious financial irregularities relating to insolvent companies, have been wound up in the public interest by the High Court in the last six months as part of ongoing investigations by the Insolvency Service.
29 August 2013 11:10
Jonathan Dean France, a businessman and former proprietor of the Embassy Racing motor racing team, has been handed a 12-year bankruptcy restriction for failing to disclose to his trustee in bankruptcy, property including paintings and jewellery worth well over £1million.
12 August 2013 15:50
Darren John Upton, the jailed director of an accountancy practice based in Wakefield has been disqualified from being a director for falsely obtaining money from investors and duping clients into paying his company, funds that ought to have gone to the taxman.
26 July 2013 12:45
Saul Hendrick Loggenberg, a prize-winning company director and former resident of Greater Manchester, has been banned from being a company director for 11 years, for paying himself and not his creditors while he was a director of Mocor Ltd.
17 July 2013 14:00
Nicholas James Procter of Pocklington, Yorkshire, has been disqualified from being a director for five years for paying himself and his wife while neglecting to pay the company’s taxes and failing to file company returns on time.
01 July 2013 12:20
Proposals to transfer the regulation of around 60 insolvency practitioners (IPs) from the Government to independent regulators were among a number of new measures announced today by Business Minister Jo Swinson.
24 May 2013 09:30
Two bankrupt Irish property developers, who abused the UK bankruptcy regime have received restrictions totalling 16 years, for hiding property from the authorities and transferring funds to their families and associates – seeking to put the money beyond the reach of their creditors.
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