The latest National Statistics on insolvencies produced by The Insolvency Service (an Executive Agency of BIS) are released on 5th August 2011 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.  

Statistics on quarterly insolvencies for the UK are published for the period from Q1 2001 up to Q2 2011 and include headline figures for England and Wales covering personal insolvencies, made up of bankruptcies, individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) and debt relief orders (DROs), and company liquidations, consisting of compulsory liquidations and creditors voluntary liquidations (CVLs) 

These statistics report on the period April to June 2011 and update those previously released on 6th May.

From 09:30 on Friday 5 August 2011 the statistics release can be viewed  here.  

Tables (accessible from 09:30 Friday 5 August 2011)

1

Company liquidations in England & Wales

1a

Compulsory liquidations by industry in England & Wales

1b

Creditors' Voluntary Liquidations by industry in England & Wales

2

Individual insolvencies in England & Wales

2a

Bankruptcy orders by petition type and trading status in England & Wales

2b

Income payments in England & Wales

2c

Trading-related bankruptcies by industry in England & Wales

3

Receiverships, Administrations and Company Voluntary Arrangements in England & Wales

3a

Receiverships by industry in England & Wales

3b

Administrations (Enterprise Act) by industry in England & Wales

3c

Company voluntary arrangements by industry in England & Wales

3d

Creditors' Voluntary Liquidations following Administration in England & Wales

4

Insolvencies in Scotland

4a

Compulsory liquidations by industry in Scotland

4b

Creditors' voluntary liquidations by industry in Scotland

5

Receiverships, Administrations and Company Voluntary in Scotland

6

Insolvencies in Northern Ireland

7

Rate of company liquidations

Please note that the links above will always direct you to data for the Q2 2011 release. If you are interested in archived data or additional series, further statistics are available here, or you can contact the Insolvency Service (greg.haigh@insolvency.gsi.gov.uk)