Personal information charter
How the Insolvency Service treats your personal information and how to check what details they have for you.
The official receiver is the data controller for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998 and is registered under the Act for the processing of personal data for insolvency cases allocated to them by the courts. The Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) is the Data Controller under the Act for personal data held and processed by other parts of The Insolvency Service.
Most of the data we hold about you comes from information you’ve given us. You will already know this personal data but you can check if it is accurate.
If you want to know what other personal data we hold about you, send a completed FOI@insolvency.gsi.gov.uk.to
We will send you a full response within 40 days.
If your information is incorrect and is likely to cause any issues, you should write to the FOI/DPA team with details on what needs to be updated.
the Insolvency Service,
1 City Walk,
The Information Commissioner’s website has more information about your rights.
Data protection reports