Insolvency: Evolution not revolution
The Enterprise Act aims to make the insolvency process focus more on company rescue rather than liquidation but, writes Vernon Dennis, its bark is likely to be a lot worse than its bite
The Government’s concern that the practice and procedures adopted when a company enters into financial difficulty do not best serve the social and economic interests of the country has led to recent fundamental reforms to corporate insolvency law.
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