Understanding corporate insolvency

Date:
7 September 2017
Time:
9.30am-12.45pm
Location:
Edinburgh

Member price: £136 + VAT

Non-member price: £160 + VAT

Please note, the ICAS member discount will be applied after checkout.


Edinburgh, 7 September 2017

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Many individuals entering the insolvency profession have minimal or no insolvency experience. This course aims to provide an introduction to, and understanding of, corporate insolvency procedures; giving a foundation of knowledge which can be built on with practical experience and further in-depth study, such as for the CPI, CPCI and JIE examinations, at a later stage

What you will learn:

  • Insight into the role of an insolvency practitioner.
  • An overview of the key provisions of the Insolvency Practitioners Regulations 2005.
  • An introduction to the corporate insolvency procedures utilised in Scotland in terms of the Insolvency Act 1986 (as amended).
  • An understanding of the lifecycle of a typical corporate insolvency case.
  • A discussion of some of the practical trading considerations that often arise if a decision is taken to continue to trade a business in insolvency.

This half-day course is aimed at staff working in an insolvency practice, who may be preparing for the CPI, CPCI or JIE examinations, seeking to gain an introduction to and understanding of corporate insolvency. It also serves as a comprehensive CPD refresher for those who have not undertaken corporate insolvency work for some time.

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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.

Judith is ACCA / CPI & JIE qualified.  She was Instrumental in establishing the R3 Scottish Women in Insolvency Group and retains a place on the R3 Scotland Committee.

Judith is already carving out a strong reputation for herself as an insolvency trainer by preparing students not only for their future insolvency careers but by ensuring where possible they achieve a pass in their examinations.

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Content

  • The role of the insolvency practitioner and the Insolvency Practitioners Regulations 2005
  • Introduction to each corporate insolvency procedure:
    • Liquidations – members voluntary, creditors voluntary and court procedures
    • Administrations
    • Company voluntary arrangements
    • Receiverships
  • The lifecycle of an insolvency case
  • Practical trading considerations

Location

Edinburgh

Contacts

BPP
Tel: 0330 060 3303
Email: ldicas@bpp.com

Topics

  • Insolvency
  • Scotland
  • Training courses
  • Edinburgh

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