Halliwells creditors form committee as administration rumbles on
Five of Halliwells' creditors, including its largest secured and unsecured creditor, have joined together to form a committee in the latest stage of the administration process of the now-defunct law firm. Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), which as a secured creditor with a debenture over the firm is first in line to receive a payout, has teamed up with unsecured creditors HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC); the managing agent of its Spinningfields premises Muller Professional Services; ING Lease UK; and the landlord of Halliwells' Liverpool office, Bruntwood 2000 Beta Portfolio, to form the committee.
Five of Halliwells’ creditors, including its largest secured and unsecured creditor, have joined together to form a committee in the latest stage of the administration process of the now-defunct law firm.
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