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Regulation Overview

All IPA members are required to act in accordance with the IPA’s Ethics Code for Members. Insolvency Practitioners licensed by the IPA are also required: to comply with Statements of Insolvency Practice (SIPs)to…

Become a Sponsor

The IPA are a membership body recognised for the purposes of authorising (licensing) insolvency practitioners (IPs) under the Insolvency Act 1986 and are the only one of the recognised bodies…

Membership overview and benefits

The Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA) is the UK’s leading recognised professional insolvency body of and for individuals and firms working in insolvency practice or in insolvency related fields; or who…

Membership Overview

The Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA) is the UK’s leading recognised professional insolvency body of and for individuals and firms working in insolvency practice or in insolvency related fields; or who…

Annual Reports and Accounts

Latest Annual Reports Download Annual Report 2020-2021 Download Annual Report 2019-2020 Download Annual Report 2018-2019 Previous Reports and Accounts 2018 Reports and Accounts 2017 Reports and Accounts 2016 Reports and…

Committees and What They Do

Rachel Lai Standards, Ethics and Regulatory Liaison Responsible for: Considering responses to consultations on insolvency statute and best practice.Discussing technical issues and drafting guidance for the membership.Determining the IPAs contribution…

How we work & who we are

The Board The Board is responsible for the management of the IPA, including determining policy and strategy, and setting business and financial plans and programmes. It also approves the IPA’s Annual…

What We Do

Membership and Regulation The IPA is a membership organisation for those in insolvency practice or involved in insolvency-related work. It has around 2,000 individual and firm members and students. In…