COVID-19: Getting on the front foot

In the second of our guest blog series, we would like to welcome Simon Carvill-Biggs, a restructuring advisory...

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Entitlement, CBILs and the State Aid: Why it matters how you’ve gone about your business when you want the Government to bail you out

It’s a Pandemic with a capital P, right? Surely no-one saw this coming? This LBO model is commonplace and proven to...

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When does taking money under false pretences become outright theft?

Acres of newsprint have been devoted to reporting the spectacular demise of Neil Woodford’s investment empire. Much...

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The FCA’s tailored regulation of P2P Lenders is for the benefit of everybody

A theme that has begun to emerge in alternative finance article headlines at the moment is that there is a perceived...

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Disruptive Fintech, the FSCS and the World Economic Forum: busting some Peer to Peer Lending myths

Barely a day goes by without some media coverage on the Peer to Peer Lending sector. The good news is that knowledge...

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In defence of Fintech

Head of Ernst & Young’s FinTech department, Imran Gulamhuseinwala, recently asked if anyone was actually using...

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