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Beaufort Securities Limited ("BSL") in Administration & Beaufort Asset Clearing Services Limited ("BACSL") - in Special Administration ("the Firms") - Suppliers and Creditors

Information for Creditors and Suppliers

This does NOT apply to clients with client money or client asset entitlements

The Firms and the relevant appointment date for claims:


Company name

Company number

Appointment type

Date of appointment

Beaufort Securities Limited



1st March 2018

Beaufort Asset Clearing Services Limited


Special Administration

1st March 2018

Pre-administration claims

You will need to register as a creditor if you haven’t been paid for goods or services you’ve supplied to the Firms prior to the date of appointment shown in the table above.

Your claim should be made using the Statement of Claim form which can be accessed below: 

Please complete a Statement of Claim form and return it to the relevant company at the following address: BSL or BACSL, c/o PwC LLP, Central Square, 29 Wellington Street, Leeds, LS1 4DL.

If your claim includes VAT, you may be able to obtain VAT bad debt relief six months after your supply. Your local VAT office can help you with this.

To help us further, please supply details of: any outstanding orders; any of the Firms’ property you hold; any assets of yours which the Firms have on hire or rental from you and, if known, the address where these assets are held.

Notice of Intended Dividend for Beaufort Securities Limited- in administration

In accordance with rule 14.29 of the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rule 2016, I intend to declare a dividend within a period of two month from the last date of proving.

This will be a first and final dividend to unsecured creditors. The last date for proving is 19 November 2019. 

If you have not submitted your formal claim against the Company and you wish to particiapte in the dividend you must, deliver a completed Statement of Claim and creditor information form to me (see forms above), at the address; PwC LLP, Waterfront Plaza, 8 Langanbank Road, Belfast, BT1 3LR on or before the last date for proving. If I do not receive your claim by the last date for proving, you may not be able to participate in the dividend.

The Prescribed Part is estimated to be £68,800.

If you have any queries please contact Conor Beatty at or on 028 9041 5669. 

Post-administration supplies

Please do not supply any goods ordered prior to appointment unless you’ve received a confirmation signed by the administrators or one of our authorised representatives.

Goods and services you supply during the administration will be paid for out of the assets coming into our hands, provided the order is in writing and signed by one of the joint administrators or our authorised representatives.

When you receive your first such order please open a new account in the relevant company’s name for goods or services provided after appointment. Your co-operation will allow the Firms to continue trading with minimum disruption.

How we report to creditors

As administrators we have to prepare and send out our proposals setting out how we intend to achieve the purpose of administration within eight weeks of our appointment. Since our appointment, our priority has been to identify and protect client money and assets as well as carrying out a number of critical tasks in order to be able to make a full assessment of the situation. We will we will make the proposals available on our website, as soon as possible.

Your rights as creditors

Our appointment means that you can’t start or continue legal action, enforce security or repossess any goods held by the Firms’ unless we agree or the court allows it.

You can find information on administrators’ fees and your rights here.

Please contact David Cheverton on 07801766362 or via email at if you’d like a paper copy free of charge or have any questions.

Finally, you also have the right to opt out of receiving further documents relating to these proceedings. Information provided to creditors on opting out in accordance with Rule 1.39 can be found here.

The right to opt out only applies to documents required by the Insolvency Act 1986 or the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 to be delivered to creditors generally or to a particular class of creditors. It does not apply to documents or correspondence sent to people in a capacity other than as creditor (e.g. as an employee) or to correspondence sent to individual creditors.

Any formal opt out request should be sent to the address listed above or by e-mail to:

Directors’ conduct

One of our duties is to look at the actions of anybody who has been a director of the Firms in the three years before our appointment. We also have to decide whether any action should be taken against anyone to recover or contribute to the Firms’ assets. If you think there is something we should know about, please complete the relevant section of the attached proof of debt form or write to us at this address. This is part of our normal work and doesn’t necessarily imply any criticism of the directors’ actions.

All other queries

For any other enquiries regarding outstanding payments after the date of administration of the Firms, in the first instance, please speak to your usual contact at the Firms.
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