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What’s the Purpose of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Law?

Different countries worldwide have their own insolvency and bankruptcy law but they don’t differ that much from the UK’s legal rules in respect of insolvency and bankruptcy. The two principal objectives of insolvency and bankruptcy law are shared by most countries – (1) the allocation of risk in a predictable, equitable and transparent manner, and …

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Insolvency Practitioner and Business Recovery Professionals

Currently, there are approximately 1,600 licensed insolvency practitioners (IPs) licensed and registered in the UK. The majority of IPs work for legal or accountancy firms, or for a dedicated business recovery and insolvency practice. The role of an insolvency practitioner involves more than just liquidating solvent and insolvent companies. They are also very much involved …

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Licensed Insolvency

What is a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner and What are Their Duties?

For any company struggling with debt or facing insolvency, bankruptcy or administration, the first port of call is a licensed insolvency practitioner, or IP. Despite the title, an IP isn’t there to handle company insolvency liquidations, such as Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL), Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVA) or Compulsory Liquidation. They are also there to help …

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