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Debt company slips into the red 10/12/2009

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The Edinburgh-based debt solutions company, Invocas, has reported half year pre-tax losses of more than £1.5m.

Most of the loss was down to one-off restructuring costs, including money paid out after terminating contracts.

Earlier this year, Stephen Lightley stood down as chief executive with the group after just a year in the job.

 

 

 

BBC News - Debt company slips into the red

 

 


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I do hope they can pay their debts otherwise the bully boys might be after them ............ Just imagine that if by mistake THEY get appointed to chase THEIR outstanding debts ......... wonder if they'll offer themselves a reduction for early payment???

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The chief executive of Invocas, David Macmillan, said he believed economic conditions would continue to favour the debt industry.

 

He added: "We are anticipating increased levels of corporate insolvencies as a consequence of recessionary pressures on consumer and corporate spending and more aggressive tax recovery tactics by HMRC, and see little prospect of the overall level of personal insolvencies reducing in the foreseeable future."

 

as he sat round his meagre fire rubbing his cold chapped Hands Scrooge pondered the future, of his debt management company


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