Working closely with the Insolvency Service (an Executive Agency of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills), the London Gazette provides a comprehensive and growing range of services for those who require information on corporate insolvency and personal bankruptcy events.
Appointments of administrators/liquidators, meetings of creditors, petitions and orders to wind up companies and individual bankruptcy orders are amongst the key information published.
Legislation often requires that notices are inserted by the Insolvency Service, insolvency practitioners, solicitors and other qualified professionals. This ensures that the quality of the information is maximised.
The London Gazette:
- disseminates knowledge of insolvency events to those who need to know; and
- facilitates the re-use of the data by others
Placing notices in the London Gazette is low cost and hassle free, particularly if you chose to use the online webforms, XML or the Microsoft Word template system which TSO can provide (for more information please call 020 7394 4517 or email us through the Contact Us form).
For pricing, terms and conditions or information on how to place a particular type of notice please see How to Place a Notice.
Amongst the organisations who use information directly from the London Gazette are many of the country's the blue chip financial institutions such as credit reference agencies, banking and credit card groups, together with the largest insolvency practitioners and much of the finance industry.
Information is available in formats designed over many years to be useful to those who need it. The website is aimed to help both advertisers and users of information with online delivery in both PDF format and as part of a personal or corporate insolvency web page. Information is also available in print, by emailed PDF, fax, electronic datafeeds. Datafeeds can provide regular information on appointments from a particular industry sector or geographic area who are entering insolvency. They also enable users to track appointments or assist with credit control.
The website, including access to current and past information and the online search facility is free of charge.