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Emprise Services placed into administration

30 November 2017

Joint administrators have been appointed to handle the affairs of cleaning and security company Emprise Services, after it went into administration earlier this month.

Neil Gostelow and Will Wright were confirmed on 8 November, who contacted via the KPMG website, see further details below.

All creditors are now invited to submit their claims and the list of requirements are also available online.

This will require all relevant information to be submitted, including invoices, proof of delivery, contracts and account statements.

A proof of debt form can also be downloaded from the website.

Those wishing to submit claims in writing can do so by posting these to Emprise Services plc - In Administration, c/o KPMG LLG, 15 Canada Square, London E14 5GL.

Creditors wishing to download the relevant forms can do so here.

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