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The latest Insolvency Index from Experian, the information services and credit checking company, has revealed that the rate of insolvencies dropped to 0.07 per cent in August, the lowest since June 2007.

The number of small business entrepreneurs in the UK has leapt by 117 per cent in the last five years according to Experian, the information services company. The massive growth in one or two man band businesses has fuelled a 41 per cent increase in the total number of companies in the UK.

The Late Payment Index from Experian, the information services company, shows that UK businesses paid their bills significantly faster during April to June of this year compared to the same period last year.

The latest “Insolvency Index” from Experian, a credit reference agency, has revealed a year-on-year fall in business insolvencies during April in the UK.

UK businesses are paying their bills significantly faster than they did this time last year, according to the latest research by Experian.

The latest Insolvency Index from Experian, the information services company, has revealed that the rate of insolvencies among UK companies saw a rise from 0.096 to 0.114 per cent in March. This follows research published by accountancy firm Deloitte yesterday which showed a big drop in the number of companies falling into administration during the first quarter of 2010.

The latest “Late Payment Index” from credit bureau Experian has revealed that UK businesses paid their bills more than two and-a-half days quicker in February compared to the same month last year.

At the end of 2009 UK businesses had significantly improved the time it takes them to settle their bills, according to the latest Late Payment Index from Experian, the credit reference agency and information services company.

The financial health of businesses in the UK saw a significant improvement in 2009, while the annual rate of business insolvencies increased at a slower rate compared to 2008, according to the latest “Insolvency Index” from Experian, the credit reference and information services company.

The UK saw a 24.5 per cent decrease in the number of merger and acquisition and capital market deals during 2009 but values were up on 2008, according to the latest figures from Experian.

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