How many were made insolvent/bankrupt by HMRC?

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Dear HM Revenue and Customs,

I would like to know how many clients of HMRC are made bankrupt/insolvent by HMRC for Loan Charge or Disguised renumeration?

Yours faithfully,
Malathi Sriram

no-reply@hmrc.ecase.gsi.gov.uk on behalf of FOI Central Team, HM Revenue and Customs

Our ref: FOI2020/01830

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Dear Malathi Sriram,

We are writing in response to your request for information, received 7
October.

Yours sincerely,

HMRC Freedom of Information Team