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Company Watch, the corporate financial health trackers, has again signed up as a corporate sponsor of eWorld, the UK’s most comprehensive business forum for eProcurement, eSourcing and Supply Chain Technologies. Other eWorld sponsors include KPMG, Capita, Curtis Fitch and Oracle.
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Nearly every seasoned investor has one or two stories to tell about a company in their portfolio that has gone bust. Fortunately, there are tools such as the H-Score to minimise that likelihood.
Here we’re taking a look at the H-Scores of some of the companies that are planning, or rumoured to be planning, initial public offerings (IPOs) over the next few months.
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With the Governor of the Bank of England last week again confirming that bank base rates will be rising, Company Watch, the corporate financial health trackers, has analysed the impact on UK companies of higher debt costs. Read more
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Company Watch's Nick Hood has co-authored an article about the changing market for insolvency firms and practices. Looking at a simple measure of zombie status, Company Watch identified 227,000 UK registered companies with a combined shortfall of almost £70bn. This had escalated during the five years of the recession from 108,000 zombies owing around £30bn ... Click here to read the full article.
Company Watch, specialists in tracking and predicting corporate financial health worldwide, has added the Netherlands to the European countries users can research in detail on its international system. Click here to read more.
Care home sector strengthens, but one in four care home businesses is still financially vulnerable.
Updated research into the financial health of UK care home companies from Company Watch, specialists in tracking and predicting corporate financial health worldwide, confirms that despite some signs of improvement in the sector, almost a quarter of care home operators are in its Warning Area six months on from its original study.
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Click here to get links to Company Watch's monthly features on the financial health of construction industry sub-sectors in The Construction Index.
Company Watch, specialists in tracking and predicting corporate financial health worldwide, congratulates Coface UK & Ireland who scooped the winning prize in the Credit Insurer of the Year category at last night’s British Credit Awards 2014, which were held at The Brewery in the City of London. Click here to read full press release
When the payouts by banks for misselling Payment Protection Insurance dry up the high street could be hit by a spending drought. Click here to read full article.