An insolvency support group has been set up by the ICAEW.
The institute, which licenses and regulates around 700 of the UK’s 1,700
insolvency practitioners, has launched the
Group to provide its members with technical supports, thought
leadership and representation.
The group will be chaired by Neville Kahn, global head of reorganisation
services at Deloitte.
“I am delighted to lead this new group which will support and represent
members in this field. Drawing on their collective experience, we will be able
to shape the debate on issues affecting the sector to better support the next
generation of insolvency practitioners,” said Kahn.
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