Directors Conduct Reporting
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Edinburgh, 19 October 2018
The misfeasance and antecedent transactions provisions of the Insolvency Act 1986 (as amended) and significant provisions of the Companies Act 2006, may require a director to personally contribute back to the assets of an insolvent company for the benefit of its creditors. In addition, following changes to the Directors Conduct Reporting introduced by the Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015, the Insolvency Service now has additional powers of recovery against directors.
This course is intended for insolvency practitioners and their staff looking for a comprehensive CPD refresher on directors' duties, personal liability and the risks to directors on insolvency, together with an update on the key provisions of the legislation and case law and a practical understanding of the Director Conduct Reporting process.
This course will aid you in discussions with directors about risk before and during the corporate insolvency process.
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Judith Howson LLB (Hons) ACCA MABRP
Judith Howson has worked in the Insolvency profession for 18 years. Judith's work experience began at Buchler Phillips, a year secondment at Ferrier Hodgson Insolvency Practitioners, Kroll, Zolfo Cooper & Deloitte before setting up her own Insolvency Consultancy Practice late 2013.
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- Key provisions of the Insolvency Act 1986 (as amended)
- Key provisions of the Companies Act 2006
- Changes introduced by the Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 and the Directors Conduct Reporting Service
- Recent case law to be aware of
- How can directors minimise risk?
- If an action is commenced against a director, what are the likely defences to an action?
- Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986 – what should the director be aware of?
- Discussion of the Statement of Insolvency Principles, in particular SIP 2 & SIP 13
- Checklist of matters the insolvency practitioner should consider when meeting with a director to discuss conduct, the background of the company and the events leading up to insolvency
Tel: 0330 060 3303