News & Advice
We post regularly in our news and insight section covering all divisions within the Group. This includes articles on our markets and the markets we work in as well as our people and services.
Toys R Us – Restructuring being conducted by way of Company Voluntary Arrangement
You SPIN me right round, baby, right round like a record, baby – Dead or Alive 1985 There you are – my early Christmas present to […]
Flat Cushions and Broken Beds – has the stuffing fallen out of the retail furniture market?
So the UK’s beleaguered retail sector is in the news again. The collapse of the Multiyork furniture chain and its associated business Feather and Black […]
Money’$ too tight to mention – The Bank of England interest rate rise
On the 2nd November, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) raised interest rates from 0.25% to 0.5%. By increasing the cost of borrowing […]
“We gotta get out of this place”; some observations on the Monarch Airlines
So pop pickers I thought the old Animals song was quite appropriate for the Monarch collapse and that it would make a change from all […]
Case Study: Property
The cash flow challenge Opus Restructuring was able to add significant value to a £4m high specification 6 unit residential development project which faced cash […]
New Birmingham office for Business Rescue, Business Recovery & Insolvency Practice
Providing local support with regional knowledge for its West Midlands clients Business rescue, business recovery & insolvency practice, Opus Restructuring LLP announces its office expansion […]
Opus continues to expand its business and invest in its people
Opus continues to expand its business advisory & restructuring services and presence across the UK with its plan to open a 5th office in Birmingham later […]
Contractors’ Questions: How to boost income before winding up a limited company with a MVL?
We were recently asked by Contractor UK to respond to a question asked by one of their readers: Contractor’s Question: I plan to wind up […]
Is billion-pound boast by Sir Tom Hunter coming up short?
Opaque financial disclosure discriminates against creditors, suppliers and other stakeholders in UK companies. Our Business Risk Adviser, Nick Hood comments on the abbreviated accounts published […]
The Reality of the Domiciliary Care Financial Crisis
Our Business Risk Adviser and adult care pundit, Nick Hood has set out the stark financial prospects for the UK’s embattled domiciliary care sector in […]