The former finance director of construction outsourcing firm Carillion, Zafar Khan, has been disqualified from acting as a company director for the next 11 years due to his role in misrepresenting the firm's financial health and sanctioning unwarranted dividends.
John Gerard McGarvey, 37, from Rutherglen, has been disqualified as a director for 11 years after claiming two separate Bounce Back Loans totalling £100,000, and then using the money for personal benefit.
Bosses of a London construction company and a Greater Manchester sports coaching firm have each been banned from running a business for 11 years after abusing Bounce Back Loans. Lavinia-Larisa Mociar, 31, claimed £50,000 to support the Harrow-based construction business of which she was a dire
A director of three property management companies based in Glasgow has been disqualified as a director for 12 years after using his companies to take out Bounce Back Loans totalling £135,000 that the companies were not eligible for. Brendan Michael Gaughan, 40, was director of Gaughan Group Lt
A construction boss has been disqualified as a director for 11 years after he took £200,000 of taxpayers’ money through the Bounce Back Loan scheme that his companies were not entitled to. Stephen Burke, 63, from Rotherham, was director of four companies that provided services to co
The director of a liquidated construction company has been banned for seven years after failing to explain more than £700,000 worth of expenditure. Forfar Sheriff Court heard that Angel Tas Limited was incorporated in October 2017 and Cristina Angelica Tasca (27), from Arbroath, was appoi
A married couple has been banned for nine years each after diverting over £124,000 away from creditors. Jane Thornton (54) and Norman Thornton (65), from Telford, were both directors of the construction company Norjan (Properties) Limited, which went into liquidation in July 2020 with liabilit
The directors of an East Kilbride double glazing firm have been disqualified after failing to keep records to explain where £2.4 million had been spent from the company bank accounts. Hagit Fieldman, 54, and Gary Fieldman, 58, both now living in Israel, were directors of First For Wi