Insolvency Support Services’ director Alison Curry is set to join an impressive line-up of speakers at Credit Strategy’s Vulnerability Summit later this month. With vulnerability awareness high on the political agenda and businesses coming under increasing pressure to address vulnerability in their strategies to support their teams, customers and suppliers, the conference aims to equip […]
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Recognising the pace of regulatory developments within insolvency amidst a global pandemic and lockdown restrictions, researchers at the University of Glasgow and Insolvency Support Services teamed up to conduct survey-based research across the UK-wide insolvency profession. Our first survey, issued in December 2020, focused upon specific corporate insolvency policy areas and the effects of COVID-19 […]
Having recently gathered views on policy-related matters and the corporate insolvency landscape, Insolvency Support Services and researchers at the University of Glasgow are now embarking on the second part of our research study. One year on from the commencement of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, our second survey examines: The challenges presented by lockdown to working practices; How firms […]
The insolvency profession faces almost constant regulatory and statutory change. Present times appear no different, with the return of HMRC to preferential status, potential for a single regulator, forthcoming Pre-Pack Regulations and a new Code of Ethics. Coupled with a global pandemic, Brexit and the ensuing increased demand for professional services and heightened media attention, […]
Our training partnerships are important to us, and so we are also thrilled to announce that we are the principal training partner for the IPA and supporting their newly launched IPA Learning (IPAL) initiative. IPAL is the IPA’s new learning partnership, located primarily on the Learndash platform, that will allow it to provide members, IPs […]
Louise Crawford has re-joined Insolvency Support Services as Manager with effect from 22 February, with a particular focus on outsourced client work. Many of you know Louise and will be aware that she was our first ever employee, so it’s a real pleasure to welcome her back to the team. Louise’s contact details are firstname.lastname@example.org […]
ISS Training has announced the launch of its new CII training as an ICAEW approved Partner in Learning. The ICAEW’s Certificate in Insolvency (CII) is a flexible learning programme. Primarily developed for professionals based in England & Wales wanting to progress into a career in insolvency or strengthen their knowledge, the certificate equally benefits those […]
We are thrilled to report that all of ISS Training’s students for CPI/CPPI Scotland and CPPI England & Wales in 2020 have passed their exam, with just under half achieving a pass with merit. Congratulations to all our candidates on their well-earned and well-deserved success! Their achievement is particularly impressive due to the unprecedented upheaval […]
CPPI provides an opportunity for recognition at a level equivalent to CPI for those working purely in the personal insolvency sector. The focus of this qualification is the statutory forms of personal insolvency and incorporates non-statutory debt solutions. On successful completion of the exam, candidates may apply for Affiliate Membership of the IPA (AIPA). ISS […]
ISS Training, Insolvency Support Services’ training division, is thrilled to have won the Education/Training Provider of the Year category in the UK TRI (Turnaround, Restructuring and Insolvency) Awards 2020. Eileen Maclean, Insolvency Support Services’ founding director, commented: “We’re over the moon to have won this TRI Award. It’s a fantastic way to round off what […]