insolvency


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Synonyms for insolvency

Synonyms for insolvency

the condition of being financially insolvent

Antonyms for insolvency

the lack of financial resources

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13 ( ANI ): The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for effective implementation of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code and its allied rules and regulations, through a quick and efficient resolution process.
The Insolvency Service said the annual uplift in personal insolvencies was driven by an increase in IVAs.
The Insolvency Service said an estimated total of 17,243 businesses entered insolvency in 2017, a rise of 4.
Personal Insolvency in the 21st Century: A Comparative Analysis of the US and Europe
According to our investigation, chartered valuation experts in the Czech Republic fail to estimate the real market price of assets within insolvency proceedings.
Sometime in 2015, the Supreme Court ruled that a secured creditor must obtain the approval of the insolvency court before he can foreclose a mortgage.
WIRRAL has one of the highest rates of personal insolvencies in the North West, according to the latest figures from the Government's Insolvency Service.
Creditor services firm RSM predicts that across England and Wales, the Insolvency Service's figures will show there were around 80,000 personal insolvencies last year.
One in 550 adults became insolvent in the 12 months to September, marking the lowest rate seen since 2005, the Insolvency Service said.
THE insolvency profession in the North of England made a "significant" contribution to the regional economy - rescuing 41% of firms that entered a formal insolvency procedure and saving about 92,000 jobs, according to a new report from the insolvency trade body R3.
An IVA is authorised by the court and supervised by an insolvency practitioner.
A BIRMINGHAM insolvency expert has called for a radical review of the law to stem a wave of fraud sweeping the UK.
Figures published by the government's Insolvency Service show that in 2014, there were 99,200 people declared insolvent, either through bankruptcies, debt relief orders or individual voluntary arrangements.
By Santhosh V Perumal/Business Reporter The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) has strengthened its insolvency regime to enhance certainty in the financial landscape in a bid to woo more foreign investments, a move that would also see the advent of a new breed of Qatar-based insolvency practitioners.
The high rate of insolvency continued a broad trend that has been happening since the financial crash in 2008, according to AiB.