Keith White, Author
Experienced DC with 30 years helping others.
Articles by Keith White
RSM Tenon sold to Baker Tilly in pre-pack deal
Troubled accountancy firm RSM Tenon has today (22 August) entered administration, after sole lender Lloyds Bank withdrew its support. Upon the appointmen...
Equifax snap up TDX
TDX Group has been sold to credit reference agency Equifax for £200m. The sale marks the exit of TDX Group’s private equity backer, Investcorp Technology Partners, whic...
RBS pre-tax loss tops £8bn
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced a pre-tax loss for 2013 of £8.2bn as it pledged to build a bank which is trusted by customers. In its full-year results...
New mortgage crackdown by lenders
Homebuyers who want a mortgage may have to endure interviews lasting up to three hours with bank staff. New rules mean that from April 26 all customers who apply dire...
Debt management plan left me £500 in arrears as my repayments were swallowed up in fees
Mrs S.I.writes: I was contacted last February by GRF Debt of Manchester and offered a debt evaluation plan that...
FCA orders Harrington Brooks to repay 4,500 customers
Debt management firm Harrington Brooks has been instructed to pay over £185,000 in redress to customers by the Financial Conduct Authority (F...
Improved help for people struggling with problem debt
Plans to enable easier access to debt relief for financially vulnerable people have been announced by Business Minister Jo Swinson. placeholder T...
Voluntary Arrangements – Precedent set at the High Court in Manchester
Important decision for debtors, lenders and insolvency practitioners A dispute over Voluntary Arrangements which recently went...
Controversial lender collapses
A controversial loan firm which targeted bankrupts has gone into administration. Consolidated Finance Limited collapsed last week with David Rubin and Henry Lan of David...
Latest Insolvency Statistics
There were a total of 99,196 individual insolvencies in 2014, a 1.8% decrease compared to 2013 and the lowest annual total since 2005. This was the fourth successive decrea...