Insolvency Service UK

UK’s review of its 2020 insolvency law reforms, with Australia compared

The quality of a recent UK review of its 2020 insolvency law reforms is compared with the approach taken in

Should the firms of insolvency practitioners be regulated, along with the practitioner?

While Australia is currently focusing on the standards of conduct of accounting firms, and their partners – see Ethics and

The UK’s Technical Guidance for Official Receivers – a published resource for Australian practitioners and regulators

The Insolvency Service in the UK has issued an updated version of its Technical guidance for Official Receivers[1] in administering

Review of the English Insolvency Rules 2016

The 2016 insolvency rules of England and Wales are being reviewed, in accord with a statutory requirement to do so

UK gearing up for major corporate liquidations in ‘unpredictable times for the insolvency sector …’

In what appears to be ominous but necessary preparation for the continued economic consequences of COVID-19, the UK Insolvency Service

UK’s “small proportion of bankruptcies where there has been misconduct leading up to the individual’s insolvency”

With the Australian parliament about to decide on the reduction of the period of bankruptcy from three years to one,

UK consultation on insolvency recovery and governance reforms

The UK government is consulting on law reform with a view to, in its words, “to improve the UK’s corporate