We have another year to "enjoy" this state of affairs, until 23 May 2023. Will it all end then, how long can this go on? Given the current inflation rate, what will any recoveries be worth? What a mess. Thank you Financial Conduct Authority, wonderful work.
Last Edit: May 24, 2022 21:05:49 GMT by Ton ⓉⓞⓃ: To add "L" to the title
We have another year to "enjoy" this state of affairs, until 23 May 2023. Will it all end then, how long can this go on? <snip>
No it will not end on the 23 May next year if there exists any financial remnants of the carcass that the robbers thieves administrators can still get their grubby hands on. It follows that if the carcass has been skinned before then, a miracle will happen and things will be wrapped up overnight.
Of course we may be thrown a few pennies but it'll only be some loose change that won't pay for the extortionate hourly rate of a junior reading an e-mail. And it's all legal and none of us can do s*d all about it.