What do the red, green and amber company statuses mean?

Created by Katie Deverill, Modified on Wed, 19 Oct 2022 at 06:13 PM by Katie Deverill

Depending on a company's current status, you will see a red, green or amber traffic light icon in the top section, like this:

     RED      Warning
 AMBER  Caution


Here are the statuses that determine which colour a company falls under:

Company is liquidated or is wound-up
Company not trading
Company is dissolved
Petition has been field
Administration Order
Administrative Receiver Appointed
Strike Off Listed
Application for Voluntary Dissolution
Voluntary Dissolution
In Receivership / Administration
Company Removed
In Administration
Voluntary Arrangement
In Liquidation
Winding Up Petition(s)
Meeting of Creditors",
Appointment of Liquidator
Winding Up Order
Administrator Appointed
Voluntary Liquidation
Un-specified Material Event
Assurance Company
Industrial / Provident Company
Royal Charter Company
Insufficient Information
Rating Suspended - Negative Press Event
Converted / Closed
 Annual Accounts not available
Dormant Company
Company's age is less than 18 months
Shelf Company
Directors not appointed
Financial statements not available
Financial Statements not filed / too old
Financial Statements too old
Analysed - Non-balancing
Analysed - Pages missing
Analysed - Query raised
Not Analysed - Other
Not Analysed - Documents Illegible
Not Analysed - Pages missing
Company not required to file accounts
No Credit Limit for the Company
 Active trading company

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