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MAURICE POWER HEADS NEW CAMPAIGN FOR PETERBOROUGH BUSINESSES TO #PAYFAIR

April 6th, 2016 by

Peterborough businesses are being urged to support one another in an unconventional new campaign for the city. #PayFair aims to reduce the number of city businesses that close each year due to cashflow problems, by asking firms to commit to paying on time.

The idea seeks to help the city build on its growing business success. Peterborough’s business community has continued to expand over the last five years, and in 2014 the number of businesses within the city reached 6,900, up 300 on the previous year and included the launch of 990 new companies (ONS).

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FERGUSON FINANCIAL SOLICITORS EXPANDS TEAM TO MEET GROWTH

January 21st, 2016 by

A Peterborough law firm has hired two new people in line with its rapid expansion and to bolster its capabilities for the future.

Ferguson Financial Solicitors, which specialises in legal services for small businesses and insolvency practitioners, has landed a number of new contracts in recent months. A number of these will see the business pursue financial mis-selling claims for individuals facing insolvency, helping to recover valuable funds for their creditors.

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COURT COSTS PUT SMES AT A DISADVANTAGE

November 12th, 2015 by

BIG BUSINESS THE ONLY WINNERS SINCE MOJ CHANGES

Ferguson Financial Solicitors warned today that soaring civil court fees are making the pursuit of justice too expensive for many small firms.

According to the legal firm, banks and other big businesses are increasingly getting away with poor advice and mis-selling financial products.

Large rises in the cost of taking a civil case to court were imposed by the Ministry of Justice in March this year. The Government has since announced further rises – in some cases by as much as 100 per cent.

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