IPA Learning: An essential update on the new Breathing Space legislation
Other articles (Insolvency Practitioner, May 2021):
- Michelle Thorp, CEO
- Kevin Hellard, President
- First Review of the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016: Call for Evidence
- Notice to all Money Laundering Reporting Officers supervised by the IPA
- IPA members receive 10% off ISS Anti-Money Laundering training
- Updating member details
- Inspection and regulatory update 2021: Managing remote working, training and risk
- Production and Disclosure Orders: Guidance from the Metropolitan Police
- Case law update
- New IPA External Affairs and Business Affairs personnel
- Appointments to the IPA Board
- Meet a Committee member: Myles Jacobson, member of the External Affairs and Member Services Committee
Breathing Space is an important new option for over-indebted individuals, providing ready access to up to 60 days’ respite from interest, fees, and court action.
But how will it impact the work of insolvency professionals who deal with formal insolvency procedures?
In this session, we will outline the new provisions, their advantages and disadvantages, and consider how Breathing Space might impact the advice insolvency practitioners provide both to debtors considering their options and to creditors wishing to recover their debts.
Book now for the essential information for you and your business.
(1.5 hours’ CPD)
About IPA Learning
The IPA has partnered with ISS Training to develop six initial training courses, covering current and emerging technical and regulatory issues. Designed with a clear focus on the practical application of new practise as change impacts your business, the workshops will be an opportunity to interact with the IPA, as well as inform and develop working practices across the profession.
We are working with specially chosen partners and professionals to deliver an up-to-date, quality training programme throughout the year.
Click here to read more about this year’s other IPA Learning training!
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