IPC closes

A final letter was sent to insolvency regulators and others with whom the IPC has dealt over the past 11 years on 10 March 2012.

IPC to be folded

The Government’s intention is for the Secretary of State to withdraw from direct authorisation, reform the powers of the SoS as oversight regulator to make them more wide ranging, and introduce regulatory objectives to the regime. This will be dependent on finding Parliamentary time. This, coupled with the intoduction of creditor representation on the Joint …

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Response to Debt Management Consultation

OFT DEBT MANAGEMENT GUIDANCE (AND CREDIT REPAIR SERVICES) CONSULTATION Chapter 1 – Introduction Q.6 As the public interest body tasked with reviewing whether the professional and ethical standards of insolvency practitioners (IPs) are appropriate and whether or not they are satisfactorily enforced by the Recognised Professional Bodies (RPBs) that regulate them, we feel that it …

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2010 Annual Report

Sadly this was the last report under Geoffrey Fitchew’s chairmanship as he died suddenly on 20 April, five days after the report was published. Hard copies of the report are available on request from the IPC Secretary.

IPC Chairman dies

Geoffrey will be sadly missed by his colleagues on the IPC and his many friends. He made a major contribution to putting the public interest view about the professional standards and ethics of Insolvency Practitioners since taking over as Chairman. He regularly attended IVA Standing Committee meetings and pushed successfully for more and better statistics …

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