The Insolvency Practices Council is a public interest body established to influence the professional and ethical standards of insolvency practitioners. It consists of a majority of lay members, meets several times a year and publishes an annual report.
It works closely with the Joint Insolvency Committee, which contains representatives from all the Recognised Professional Bodies who are required to co-operate with the Council. The Insolvency Practices Council is a body which has an agenda setting and review role in relation to the professional and ethical standards of the insolvency profession.
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