It’s time to give winding up a rewind: from digital to analogue insolvency

Howard Morris, head of business restructuring and insolvency at Morrison & Forester in London, argues we should look to the “analogue” tools of yesteryear – trading administration, provisional liquidation and liquidation – to tackle the nuclear winter that’s set to follow the coronavirus’ economic impact. These tools don’t have to be a death knell for businesses, he says: they can offer shelter and survival.

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