Insolvency practitioner regulation call for evidence
North London area society chair Paul Weber urges all stakeholders with an interest in insolvency regulation to respond to the government’s call for evidence as it reviews changes introduced in 2015, and highlights the latest enforcement action.
The government has launched a call for evidence and is seeking views on the impact of the regulatory objectives introduced for the insolvency profession in 2015.
Stakeholders are also being asked to assess whether there would be potential benefits in making changes to the current system, including establishing a single regulator for insolvency practitioners.
Responses are welcome from insolvency practitioners, recognised professional bodies, trade bodies, creditors and their representatives, debt charities, and other interested parties by 4 October 2019.
Any proposals emerging from this call for evidence would be subject to further consultation.
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Paul Weber is North London area society chair and licenced insolvency practitioner
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