October 22, 2018
Why Pulse Cashflow clients affected by Carillion’s demise will not suffer any losses.
When Carillion the multinational facilities management and construction services company announced it was to go into liquidation, threatening thousands of jobs, the ripple effect spread far and wide across the UK business sector.
With business interests in so many diverse industries from major public-sector construction projects to managing schools and prisons as well as maintaining rail networks the damage that their estimated £800m of debts could cause to business and the UK economy is hugely concerning.
For it is not just Carillion and their employees who will bear the brunt of this company failure, it will be the thousands of SMEs and their staff who either supply or buy services from Carillion that will find themselves at risk of damage by this high-profile failure.
Despite this, Pulse Cashflow are pleased that they have been able to reassure their clients who are directly affected by Carillion’s demise that they will not suffer any financial impact
Toni Dare, managing director of Pulse Cashflow says: “There are thousands of small firms the length and breadth of the country, in almost every industry, that carry out work on Carillion's behalf - many with real concerns about whether they will be now get paid and if they don’t what damage that is going to do to their businesses. Pulse Cashflow
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