The BM&T Blog

New laws to promote company rescues what do they mean for businesses?

The UK’s Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act (CIGA) became law on 26th June 2020 ushering in what one magic circle law firm described as “the …

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Cash flow why you need a TWCF

I first started constructing forecasts a long time ago using Lotus 123 on a laptop with a gas plasma screen and printing on a dot-matrix …

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Addressing the financial and operational challenges caused by COVID-19

Financier Worldwide article discussing how to address the financial and operational challenges caused by COVID-19 with Alan Tilley, David Bryan and Matthew Quade at BM&T …

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Entering uncharted waters – surviving the economic impact of coronavirus

The economic consequences of the Coronavirus epidemic have heavily impacted stock markets worldwide as investors quantify and manage the risks in underlying businesses often by …

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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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Company Doctor's Diary

Notes, insights and reflections from Matthew, one of our directors and turnaround experts, as he works with companies during Lockdown.