Two promotions at Insolvency Support Services


Insolvency Support Services has further strengthened its team with the promotion of two members of staff.  Steven Wood is promoted to Senior Manager, while Louise Morrison becomes Administrator.

Steven Wood, who has many years’ insolvency experience, assumes increased responsibility for managing the firm’s compliance activities.  He is particularly adept at handling more technically complex matters.

Louise Morrison, who has a wealth of experience in customer service and administration, takes on her own bankruptcy caseload with case-specific responsibilities.

Eileen Maclean, a founding director of Insolvency Support Services, commented: “These promotions recognise the strong performance of Steven and Louise, and are testament to the impressive talent which we have within the firm. Many congratulations to them both! We look forward to their continued, valuable contribution to the business and excellent service delivery to our clients.”

Awards shortlist success for Insolvency Support Services

Insolvency Support Services has been shortlisted in the Best Leadership of a Mould-Breaking Firm category at the prestigious Managing Partners’ Forum Awards for Management Excellence 2018.


The MPF Awards recognise excellence and best practice across the professional services sector, including the accountancy, legal and consulting professions, and attract entries from firms across Europe.


Insolvency Support Services is one of only two Scottish-headquartered firms to have achieved a place on the shortlist, with law firm Brodies up for the Best Implementation of Systems or Technology award.


Having identified a gap in the market to offer a uniquely complete range of support services (outsourcing, practice management, compliance and training) to insolvency and related businesses, founding directors Eileen Maclean and Christine Convy established Insolvency Support Services in 2009. The business has grown exponentially since then, becoming a centre of excellence and pre-eminent supplier of support services to the UK insolvency market.


Eileen Maclean commented: “Being shortlisted in the MPF Awards is very much appreciated recognition of our success in creating a mould-breaking service and building a highly respected UK-wide business in a short space of time.


We’ve had a momentous few years, which has seen us win major client contracts, strengthen our team with high calibre recruits, open a new Glasgow office and expand our Glenrothes headquarters, and grow the business in both the Scottish and English markets.


We would like to thank all our clients for their invaluable support, and our amazing team for their hard work and commitment.”


The winners of the MPF Awards will be announced at a gala dinner and ceremony in London on 7 March.