Our director Eileen Maclean is looking forward to chairing Mackay Hannah’s upcoming Scottish Business Navigation webinar in partnership with Morton Fraser: “Scottish businesses: meeting the first challenges of returning to normal”. The webinar will be taking place on Monday, 1 November, 10am – 11am (and it is also possible to purchase the recording, if you […]
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Our ever popular One Hour Series is back, and we are delighted to announce our programme for the remainder of 2021 and the first half of 2022. Meet your CPD requirements on a regular basis throughout the year. Join the debate on the day, or listen back to the recorded session at a time that […]
Insolvency Support Services’ director Eileen Maclean and Yvonne Joyce of the University of Glasgow are set to lead a session at the ICAS Insolvency & Restructuring Conference 2021. They will discuss the findings from our joint research projects on current policy issues and challenges in corporate insolvency as well as the impact of COVID-19 regulations […]
Insolvency Support Services Director Eileen Maclean will be speaking on economic damage, recovery and insolvency in Scotland at the IPA Roadshow Scotland next month. The first in the IPA’s series of seven roadshows around the UK, the organisation’s first in-person events in nearly two years, the Scotland session will take place on 13 September 2021 […]
Insolvency Support Services is delighted that our director Alison Curry has been appointed as accountant member of the Insolvency Rules Committee by the Lord Chancellor, in consultation with the Chancellor of the High Court (on behalf of the Lord Chief Justice). The Insolvency Rules Committee (IRC) is an expert body that advises on proposed new […]
Everyone working in the insolvency profession must be made aware of the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) legislation and of situations which may present heightened risks of money laundering or terrorist financing activity. Not only is it a legal requirement to receive appropriate training in these […]
Jenny Penman has recently re-joined the Insolvency Support Services team as Training and Compliance Manager. She will primarily be responsible for ensuring that our suite of document packs and checklists as well as training materials are all updated as and when legislation changes or when professional guidance and ethical practices dictate. Jenny started her journey […]
Against the backdrop of COVID-19, and a requirement that everyone work from home if possible, the University of Glasgow and Insolvency Support Services conducted the second part of a two-part survey among a representative sample of the UK insolvency profession in April 2021. Our second survey focused upon the challenges presented by lockdown to working practices, […]
Insolvency Support Services’ director Alison Curry is set to join an impressive line-up of speakers at Credit Strategy’s Vulnerability Summit later this month. With vulnerability awareness high on the political agenda and businesses coming under increasing pressure to address vulnerability in their strategies to support their teams, customers and suppliers, the conference aims to equip […]
Recognising the pace of regulatory developments within insolvency amidst a global pandemic and lockdown restrictions, researchers at the University of Glasgow and Insolvency Support Services teamed up to conduct survey-based research across the UK-wide insolvency profession. Our first survey, issued in December 2020, focused upon specific corporate insolvency policy areas and the effects of COVID-19 […]