A report earlier this year from the Centre for Management Buy-out Research (CMBOR) and the Credit Management Research Centre found that private equity-backed companies had out-performed both listed and other private businesses during the recession.
What does CMRC stand for?
CMRC stands for Credit Management Research Centre (UK)
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A further study by the Centre for Management Buyout Research and the Credit Management Research Centre has revealed that private equity-backed buyouts delivered higher profits and stronger turnovers than other businesses both before and during the recession.
County court judgements (CCJs) against firms in the North-East, including Yorkshire, rose by a third last year, from 248 in 2007 to 387, says the Credit Management Research Centre at Leeds University Business School.
Professor Nick Wilson from The Credit Management Research Centre at Leeds University Business School, said: "Of course, companies should adopt a sensitive approach when collecting overdue payments from certain customers who are in financial difficulties.
A survey by the Credit Management Research Centre found that larger firms were twice as likely as small and medium sized (SME) businesses to refer accounts that are less than 30 days overdue.
Research by the Credit Management Research Centre at the University of Leeds shows that there is a growing trend among small businesses to exercise their right to charge interest with one in 10 firms saying they plan to use the legislation.
With stock markets plunging downwards, more than 40,000 companies UK-wide are likely to be declared insolvent during 2009, according to the Credit Management Research Centre (CMRC) - a hefty 35 per cent increase on 2008.
The survey was carried out for the Better Payment Practice Group by one of its members, the Credit Management Research Centre at Leeds university.