The Insolvency Service (the Insolvency Service)
We're seeking views on improvements to corporate governance within companies which are in or are approaching insolvency.
This call for evidence will principally be of interest to the insolvency industry, including insolvency practitioners and their staff, Recognised Professional Bodies, current and prospective bond providers and brokers, compliance agents, and those involved in insolvency proceedings, in particular creditors. We would welcome responses from any member of these groups or from any other field.
Call for Evidence inviting stakeholder views on how outcomes from collective redundancy consultation can be improved for employers and employees in insolvency situations.
A consultation on ways to improve the corporate insolvency framework, providing a stronger framework to rescue viable businesses.
This consultation invites comments on proposals on changes to the frequency and content of statistics on enforcement outcomes obtained by the Insolvency Service.
Proposals to change the methods for statistics on company insolvencies
Consultation to seek views on the exercise of powers to ensure continuity of utility and IT services to insolvent businesses
This consultation relates to regulations affecting insolvency practitioners (IPs), the practice of insolvency and the reporting duties of IPs on the conduct of directors.
We’re asking for views on how the UK should implement the 'Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment' and aircraft protocol.
Call for evidence inviting views on the European Commission's Recommendation on a new approach to business failure and insolvency and on how the UK currently compares against the minimum standards set out in this Recommendation.
Call for evidence asking how the debt relief order process can be improved and whether a change to the bankruptcy petition limit should be made.
A review of insolvency practitioner (IP) charges, including both renumeration and expenses.
Strengthening the regulatory regime and fee structure for insolvency practitioners.
Proposals to consolidate and replace the Insolvency Rules 1986 (the Rules) and amendments to them.
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