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Our research has been garnering a lot of attention in recent days, listen to Nick Hood on BBC Radio 5 Live - 26:48 mins into the program Nick Hood, Company Watch's Head of External Affairs speaks about the growing number of zombie companies in the UK. Click here to listen
Three quarters of small and medium-sized enterprises have lost money as a result of a customer becoming insolvent, research finds. Read the full article.
The UK has seen a 108% rise in ‘zombie’ companies over the last five years, with these companies now representing some £70bn in negative equity, according to new research completed by Company Watch. Click here to read more.
Financial health monitoring specialists, Company Watch, has launched a new service covering unincorporated businesses such as sole traders, partnerships, societies and clubs in the UK. Click here to read more.
Years of recession and financial crisis have turned almost one in ten of the UK’s 2.5 million companies into “zombies”, threatening a “surge of insolvencies” as they are left behind by the improving economy. Click here to read full article
High street policy is still very much in its infancy. Governments of all stripes have failed to get to grips with the big issues facing our high streets for years... Click here to read more.
In a shock revelation late last year, the Financial Times reported that members of the Stoxx Europe 600 index of large listed European businesses had reported their biggest goodwill impairments in... Click here to read full article.
New research from Company Watch, the corporate financial health monitoring specialists, into the startling growth of financial zombies in the UK. Read the full release here.
Financial health monitoring specialist, Company Watch, has launched a new service covering unincorporated businesses such as sole traders, partnerships, societies and clubs in the UK. Read More
New research from Company Watch, the corporate financial health monitoring specialists, into the financial health of UK care home companies, finds almost a third are in its Warning Area. This indicates an above average risk of financial failure. Read whole release.