Investigating company director misconduct

Some of the substantial bans we’ve reported on include a director involved in a multimillion pound VAT fraud, a husband and wife team who duped small businesses to sponsor unnecessary educational material and a director who illegally transferred £2.5m worth of property assets to her father-in-law.[6][7][8]

With over 4 million companies on the official company register, the substantial disqualifications resulting from directors’ misconduct activity are small, but I’m proud the Insolvency Service continues to help maintain public confidence and reduce the harm caused to victims of fraudulent activity and to the business community.

Find out how company director disqualification works.[9]

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