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Extract: How I got back in the driving seat with the banks
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Extract: How I got back in the driving seat with the banks

May 5th 2013, 8:15 AM 380 Views 96 Comments

Revealing personal and confidential details in his new book, George Mordaunt talks about his own debt recovery programme and his struggle with the banks. He says debt resolution exists and questions why more don’t know about it.

10 tips for business owners facing difficulty with bank debt
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10 tips for business owners facing difficulty with bank debt

May 15th 2012, 10:46 AM 2,227 Views 7 Comments

Businessman George Mordaunt has some practical tips for dealing with their banks in times of financial stress.

Column: Don’t know how to deal with banks? Get to know the code
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Column: Don’t know how to deal with banks? Get to know the code

Feb 1st 2012, 7:30 AM 134 Views 7 Comments

Many SME owners feel powerless in the face of banks, writes George Mordaunt, but if they educate themselves with the revised code of conduct they might find the breathing space they need.

Column: Your bank, your debt or your mental health - which will crack first?
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Column: Your bank, your debt or your mental health - which will crack first?

Dec 24th 2011, 8:45 AM 60 Views 16 Comments

SME owner George Mordaunt says banking staff should be trained to deal with stressed out and indebted customers who feel under attack and at the end of their tether.

Column: Of course we have recession fatigue - with added VAT
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Column: Of course we have recession fatigue - with added VAT

Dec 11th 2011, 8:45 AM 49 Views 28 Comments

Government ministers were falling over themselves in June to tell us that a VAT reduction for the hospitality sector would create jobs – so what do they reckon a VAT increase to 23 per cent elsewhere will do?