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Ladies’ lunch raises £4,700 for charity

Ladies’ lunch raises £4,700 for charity

The R3 North West Ladies’ Lunch, which has become the annual social highlight for the region’s insolvency professionals, has raised over £4,700 for charity – the highest amount in its 12-year history. Almost 400 women and men attended this year’s event, which was held...
Rise in North West start-ups shows entrepreneur spirit thrives

Rise in North West start-ups shows entrepreneur spirit thrives

The number of active businesses in the North West has been rising again during the first half of 2019 following a sudden fall at the end of last year, according to figures from the insolvency and restructuring trade body R3. They show that business numbers in the...
Debt worries in North West reach five-year high

Debt worries in North West reach five-year high

Almost half of all adults (48%) in the North West are worried about their current level of debt – up from 34% a year ago and the highest level in five years, a new survey by insolvency trade body R3 has found. The figures also show that the number worried about debt...
Income figures show North-South gap is widening

Income figures show North-South gap is widening

‘Northern Powerhouse’ residents have the lowest levels of disposable income of anywhere in the UK, and the gap with the South is getting wider, according to new government figures. The Office for National Statistics’ regional gross disposable household income figures...
Amy is new chair of R3 young professionals group

Amy is new chair of R3 young professionals group

The R3 North West New Professionals Group, which organises networking events for insolvency and restructuring professionals in the early stages of their career, has appointed Amy Lowden-Brown as its new chair. Amy, who takes over from the previous chair Nicola McAvoy,...
Personal insolvencies reach seven-year high

Personal insolvencies reach seven-year high

The number of personal insolvencies reached 115,299 in 2018 – an increase of 16% on the previous year and the highest annual total since 2011, according to figures from the government’s Insolvency Service released today. The rise was driven by an increase in...