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Represent ICAEW on the Joint Insolvency Committee (JIC)
We are looking for an ICAEW licensed insolvency practitioner, who must also be an ICAEW member, to be our new representative on the Joint Insolvency Committee (JIC).
Findings from monitoring reviews
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All DPB (Investment Business) licensed firms are monitored to ensure they are operating within the scope and eligibility criteria of their licence and that they have appropriate quality control procedures in place.
Update to Part 2 Q, probate engagement letters
Firms authorised or licensed to carry out probate services must make their clients aware of the compensation arrangements and complaints process. In the case of the ‘complaints’ procedure, this should be applied for both legal and non-legal services. The Technical Advisory Services (TAS) team has updated Part 2 Q of the engagement letters helpsheet to reflect changes to the Legal Ombudsman scheme rules, effective from 1 April 2023. Only sections 3, 3.1.3, 3.1.6 and 3.1.9 have been updated. Note that the helpsheet package as a whole has not had a full review on this occasion.
Disciplinary update: May 2023
Take note of the latest disciplinary cases to ensure you or your firm are not making similar mistakes.
Professional standards update - May 2023
This month we focus on what your firm needs to know about upcoming CPD changes, invite you to respond to our professional indemnity insurance review and talk to Duncan Wiggetts about how challenging disciplinary decisions will work after 1 June 2023. We also highlight new AML resources, the results of our ISQM 1 survey and the recent issue of Insolvency News.
Our response to FCA regulated fees and levies: Rates proposals 2023/24
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ICAEW welcomes the opportunity to comment on the consultation document CP23/7 FCA regulated fees and levies: Rates proposals for 2023/24 published by the Financial Conduct Authority in April 2023
Special entrant route for the Audit Qualification (AQ)
In this article, find out what criteria will be recognised by ICAEW for overseas auditors seeking to gain the Audit Qualification (AQ) under the special entrant route.
Your Insolvency Monitoring Review leaflet
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Access the new leaflet to find out what to expect at your insolvency monitoring review visit.
Changes to Quality Assurance Department’s (QAD) pre-visit information (PVI) request
In this article, ICAEW’s QAD explains recent changes to its PVI requirements, including requesting information about employee and bounce back loan creditors. QAD has worked with Turnkey to make it as easy as possible for IPs to provide this information.
Insolvency News, Issue 13 (May 2023)
In this issue, read about SIP 16 reviews, insolvency compliance reviews, proposed changes to SIP 3.3 (Trust Deeds) and changes to our pre-visit information requests. You can also access resources such as webinar recordings and register for this year’s Restructuring & Insolvency Conference. Plus, make note of upcoming changes to CPD and other news in the Professional Standards Department.
New disciplinary framework: challenging disciplinary decisions
ICAEW's new disciplinary framework comes into effect on 1 June. In the run up to the launch, Duncan Wiggetts, Chief Officer for the Professional Standards Department (PSD), tells us more about changes to the processes for challenging disciplinary decisions and orders.
HMRC bulletin: improvements to form VAT7
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Read HMRC's latest update on form VAT7: Application to cancel your VAT registration. The questions have been amended to reflect feedback from IPs.
SIP 16 reviews: how to ensure statements are fully compliant
In this article, Louise Eames, Insolvency Case Manager at ICAEW, outlines her recent experience of reviewing Statement of Insolvency Practice (SIP) 16 statements and highlights pointers for insolvency practitioners (IPs) to ensure that their SIP 16 statements are fully compliant.
AML - the essentials. Issue 28 May 2023
In this edition, we remind you about new requirements for ongoing discrepancy reporting that came into force on 1 April 2023, invite you to our next webinar and sign-post guidance and helpful resources such as new AMLbites videos.
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