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R3 calls on next government to commit to insolvency reforms

Insolvency reforms needed for better deal for small businesses, taxpayers, and indebted individuals, R3 says

06 Oct 2014

Reeves' Tate to serve as R3 president

Andrew Tate to serve as R3's vice-president next year, stepping up to president in 2016

21 Aug 2014

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Administrations hit lowest level since 2005

Insolvency Service figures show company administrations hit lowest level since the first quarter of 2005

30 Jul 2014

Pre-pack administrations to face voluntary scrutiny

Review into pre-pack administrations supports voluntary scrutiny, but legislation could follow if measures fail to have 'desired impact'

17 Jun 2014

Insolvency profession says fee changes will see fewer rescues

Three-quarters of IPs believe fixed-fees will lead to them taking fewer cases, while 64% think it will reduce the number of business rescues

31 Mar 2014

R3 critical of inclusion of partial licences in Deregulation Bill

Introduction of partial licences for IPs could undermine attempts to simplify insolvencies, R3 vice president warns

24 Jan 2014

CCW recruits ex-R3 council member to insolvency division

James Martin a former PwC director, and ex-Moore Stephens and Begbies partner, takes role at CCW

07 Jan 2014

R3 president asks if Insolvency Service can go further

The latest government enquiry into the insolvency profession wasn’t all bad, but highlighted that the Insolvency Service needs to do more, writes Liz Bingham

14 May 2013

Government to launch review of pre-pack administrations

Government announces that it will undertake an independent review of pre-pack administrations to be launched in late spring

12 Mar 2013

Government tackles suppliers’ demands in administration

Government lays out proposals to force suppliers to continue working with insolvency practitioners trying to rescue a business

26 Feb 2013

Insolvency profession wins battle against legal cost reforms

The insolvency profession will be exempt from a clampdown on no-win no-fee litigation cases, bringing an end to a long running battle between the profession and the MOJ

24 Jan 2013

HMRC shuns insolvency practitioners

HMRC lacks resources to help all insolvency practitioners with their requests for taxpayer information on VAT and corporate tax returns

22 Oct 2012

Government radically overhauls practitioners' rota system

The Official Receivers' IP rota faces big changes, with the divvying out of cases set to be completely overhauled

24 Jul 2012

R3: Regulator failing to address pre-pack concerns

Insolvency body president pleads with regulator to move reports on from box-ticking exercise

16 May 2012

Ex-R3 president joins Baker Tilly

Steven Law takes a partnership role in Baker Tilly’s insolvency and restructuring team

09 May 2012

Insolvency's 'disciplined' future will benefit stakeholders

Common guidance to reprimanding IPs could bring greater transparency, but does a highly regulated profession need more guidelines?

08 May 2012

Tide of insolvencies still to envelop UK

Insolvency statistics don’t always paint an accurate picture, explains R3 president Lee Manning

04 May 2012

Deloitte partner begins presidency at trade body

Lee Manning begins his role as president of insolvency trade body R3

27 Apr 2012

Strictly come insolvency

Partners from Deloitte, MHA, Smith & Williamson and Kingston Smith take part in a 'strictly coming dancing' special

27 Apr 2012

R3 defends profession against British Property Federation

Insolvency trade body R3 hits back at British Property Federation’s calls for better regulation

20 Apr 2012

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