The new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020: 10 of your questions answered

There has been much focus in the corporate and insolvency world on the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act (the “Act”) which made its way through the UK legislative process at breakneck speed and entered into force on 26 June 2020. The Act introduces both permanent, ground-breaking reforms to corporate insolvency law, including the introduction of…

Directors of cash-squeezed and distressed companies – 5 liability points to note

  We recently published an article that covered dealings between directors and their companies, and concluded with a reference to acts that can be challenged in the unlikely event of administration or other insolvency process. How quickly circumstances change; two months later, even the healthiest of businesses are preserving cash and those ‘unlikely’ events are…

Director dealings – 5 flashpoints

Last month’s Quick read summarised upcoming Companies House transparency reforms. This month, we continue on the topic of accountability and transparency, highlighting arrangements and dealings between a company and its director that would breach English company law, whether undertaken knowingly, or not. In situations where the directors and majority shareholders approve of the relevant arrangement,…

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