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IPA licensed insolvency practitioners reaches 500

Insolvency body reaches record number with 500th insolvency practitioner

The Insolvency Practitioners Association has announced that its licensed
insolvency practitoner numbers has passed the 500 mark.

Paul Bates, a partner at BDO in Leeds, became the 500th person holding an IPA
licence, a record for the IPA.

Carl Faulds, IPA president, said the body had also seen a record number of
candidates sitting its exams this year.

“This augurs well both for the future of the profession and growth of the IPA
as a significant professional body in the field of insolvency in the UK,” he
said.

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