A survey for those who did business with Carillion has been launched by the Official Receiver 

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The Insolvency Service is calling for firms or individuals who did business with Carillion before it went bust to provide information for its investigation into the company’s collapse.

The Official Receiver has asked those who worked with Carillion to fill in a questionnaire designed to support its investigations.

Business secretary Greg Clark ordered the Official Receiver’s probe into the actions of the failed contractor and its directors be speeded up a day after the contractor went under.

The Official Receiver wants feedback from anyone who did business with the companies in liquidation, regardless of whether they are a creditor or not.

It also asks for details of any other matters that subcontractors and suppliers believe should be drawn to the attention of the Insolvency Service, particularly if it would help an understanding of the nature of Carillion’s trading and its dealings with creditors.

The confidential questionnaire includes around 30 questions.

While this survey is aimed specifically at anyone who did business with Carillion, rather than employees of Carillion, the Official Receiver did not rule out seeking information from employees at a later stage.  

The questionnaire is being hosted by the special managers for the liquidation, PwC, and is open until 9 May.