The BM&T Blog

British Steel Supply Chain under extreme financial pressure. Early action by SME’s is needed to manage risks.

Nearly one third of companies filing for insolvency do so as a result of a bad debt and lost sales from a major customer insolvency. …

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Greybull and British Steel

The case for the defence of consensual distressed restructuring Politicians will leap on the bandwagon to blame Greybull for the compulsory liquidation of British Steel …

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Management; The one constant in business distress

The UK restructuring market is enjoying a mini boom in retail and casual dining distress. Jamie’s Italian is now joining the list of overleveraged and …

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Sad News For Honda’s Swindon Plant

The news this week that Honda’s Swindon plant is to close is very sad and will be a huge blow to the workforce and the …

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Act Now, Don’t Find Excuses, Control Your Own Outcomes

The economic news in the UK and abroad has not been pretty since the start of 2019. UK retail and manufacturers (with automotive at the …

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Patisserie Valerie: More management denial and false accounting

Despite reports suggesting a complex fraud including collusion with suppliers, it is implausible that senior management should not have seen some warning signs that things …

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