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Should I stay or should I go?

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The forthcoming Christmas break is, for many business people, the one time of year they can enjoy a proper break, away from the constant interruptions of emails and deadlines, and spend some quality time with friends and family, reflecting on the year just passed and the challenges that lie ahead.

This period of reflection is often the catalyst for change and we frequently find ourselves spending much of January meeting prospective clients who have expressed a desire to sell their business...

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Floating Charge Security: Chancellor’s Hidden Leak

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At the end of October, the Chancellor made a number of announcements in the Autumn budget, including signalling the end to austerity.

For the restructuring profession – and lenders in particular – one of the most notable announcements was that HMRC will become a secondary preferential creditor for taxes held by companies on behalf of employees and customers (i.e...

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Why is succession planning crucial for your business?

Sarah Orange, HNH Human Capital Managing Partner.

Sarah Orange, HNH Human Capital Managing Partner.

Succession planning involves the process of identifying and developing new leaders who can replace existing leaders when they leave, retire or sadly pass away.

Within a business, succession planning necessitates developing people with the potential to fill key leadership positions within the organisation.

People talk about “grooming” an individual to take over a business or a particular role in the future...

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Gleghorne thrilled with new HNH well-being partnership

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Irish hockey international Paul Gleghorne is delighted with the news that HNH is partnering with mental health and well-being organisation Inspire.

Gleghorne joined the HNH Corporate Finance team from KPMG in February this year and has previously written about his experience with depression.

“Organisations like Inspire are very important for employee welfare,” he said.

“Whether it’s providing guidance on how to deal with work related stress and anxiety, issues outside of the workplace, or simply spreading awareness throughout the firm, it’s vital for staff welfare as well as firm productivity.”

The self-confessed spreadsheet geek has formulated a simple plan for keeping himself right...

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Inspire partnership announcement

HNH Group are thrilled to announce that we’re partnering with Inspire as our charity of choice.

We are completely on board with Inspire CEO Peter McBride’s philosophy of bringing your whole self to the office every day, so it’s a natural fit to partner with an organisation who does such great work in this area...

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Autumn Budget 2018: Goodbye Austerity … Hello HMRC

Last week the Chancellor made a number of announcements in the Autumn budget, including signalling the end to austerity.

For the restructuring profession one of the most notable announcements was that HMRC will become a secondary preferential creditor for taxes held by companies on behalf of employees and customers (i.e. VAT, PAYE Income Tax, Employee NICs, and Construction Industry Scheme deductions) from April 2020...