Insolvency Live! 2017
Join us for our annual forum for insolvency and debt advisory professionals in London on Monday, 17 July 2017.
We will be hosting an expanded forum this year
10.30am to 4pm, Monday 17 July 2017, Westminster
At Insolvency Live! you will have the opportunity to hear from members of our Board and senior staff, ask questions and give us your feedback.
Insolvency Live! will include presentations, workshops and a question and answer panel. There will also be the chance to speak to representatives from a broad range of Insolvency Service teams to find out more about their work.
Topics of discussion will include:
- our recent activities and plans for the year ahead
- reviewing the first year of online bankruptcy applications
- Brexit and the insolvency profession
- introducing our new criminal enforcement team
- insolvency practitioner regulation
- our evolving approach to tackling director misconduct
- working with the profession to manage insolvency cases
- how should the Insolvency Service measure our effectiveness
If you would like to attend please register your interest. As places are limited we need to confirm your attendance with you directly. There is no cost to attend the event.
If you are unable to attend we will tweeting from the event using the hashtag #InsolvencyLive and posting highlights on this page.
Latest News from
Review of the pre-pack industry measures13/12/2017 16:15:48
An assessment of the impact of the voluntary industry measures introduced in November 2015 is to be undertaken.
Director of personal injury claims management company that made million of nuisance calls is banned for 7 years27/11/2017 10:05:00
The director of a claims management company that made almost 6.4 million automated marketing calls in breach of regulations has been disqualified as a director for seven years.
Disqualification handed to bar and restaurant company director27/11/2017 09:05:00
Darren Withers (49), director of Jackos Bar Diner Limited in Nairn has been disqualified for three-and-a-half years.
Extended bankruptcy for accountant who failed to disclose assets27/11/2017 08:05:00
Russell Ian Payne faces eight years of restrictions after failing to disclose to the Official Receiver that he had disposed of assets in the lead up to his bankruptcy.
Countrywide crackdown continues - 20 directors of 16 more companies disqualified for employing illegal workers25/11/2017 09:10:00
The directors of restaurants in Antrim, Glasgow, Bognor Regis and Newport, South Wales are amongst the latest company directors to receive lengthy bans for employing illegal workers.