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.
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New Insolvency Service board members named10/08/2017 13:20:00
Three non-executive directors have been appointed to the Board of Insolvency Service.
Takeaway director disqualified for 6 years after employing illegal workers08/08/2017 15:20:00
Masum Ahmed, director of India Gate restaurant, Chichester, has been disqualified for six years for failing to comply with immigration law.
Company that pretended to be Google is shut down08/08/2017 10:20:31
Movette Ltd, a Manchester-based company which misrepresented itself as Google when selling a service has been wound up in the High Court.
Disqualified director of security company handed 18 months prison05/08/2017 08:15:00
Michael Graham Quinton, a bankrupt and disqualified director, has been sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment, after pleading guilty to two counts of acting in the management of two companies following a hearing at Kingston Crown Court.