Commercial Law

Plain English Guide for Directors on Insolvency and Safe Harbour

Allowing a company to trade while insolvent could have serious ramifications for individual directors. If a director is found to have knowingly allowed a company to trade while in financial difficulty, he/she could be held personally liable for the debts incurred to liquidators or creditors – and could even be found guilty of criminal action.

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