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What HS3 Could Mean for Leeds

Much has been made of the new high speed rail networks due to stretch across the UK from 2026. Connecting some of the UK’s biggest cities in the form of London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Manchester, the East Midlands and Leeds, it’s been nothing if not controversial. Originally conceived in 2009, High […]

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UK banks don’t need to ‘ditch’ foreign customers

Big data analytics firm Hello Soda is today disputing claims that banks need to ‘ditch’ customers to lower their risk. A study by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) this week found that banks were turning away or closing the accounts of customers deemed to be high risk, which includes foreign […]

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Grants for Businesses

Across Yorkshire and the North East there are a number of grants schemes available to businesses. LEP Skills Service – Leeds City Region Provide help in identifying the right training for your staff.  Grants of up to 50% are available for companies in the priority sectors (see link for more details). LEP […]

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Walsh Taylor strengthens it’s Board with new appointment

Walsh Taylor the Leeds based Business Support Group has strengthened its board with the appointment of Meg Heath as a Non-Executive Director. With a background in business funding and strategic development Meg brings her experience of working in both the private and third sector to the company. “We have a […]

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When is it wrong to trade?

When a company enters liquidation, its liquidator can apply to the Court for a financial contribution from any director who has allowed the company to wrongfully trade (as per section 214 of the Insolvency Act 1986). In order to succeed, the Court must be satisfied that the director in question […]

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Liquidation – A brief guide for businesses

Liquidation is sometimes also called the winding-up or dissolution of a company, and is the process in which the firm will cease to operate and its assets and property are sold-off or otherwise redistributed. In terms of business liquidation there are three main types – Creditors Voluntary Liquidation, Compulsory Liquidation […]

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Wrongful and insolvent trading: A brief guide

Anyone who is running a business should seek professional advice at the very first sign of financial difficulties. Struggles to pay rent, bills or creditor accounts could be a sign that the firm is failing and must be taken seriously. If the business continues without consideration for the financial situation […]

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