Anonymised Anti-Money Laundering (AML) case studies, to assist members in reviewing AML policies and procedures, are available on our enforcement notices page – click here.

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Complaints Guidance Leaflet

Click here for the complaints leaflet and how the process works If you have any issues or queries regarding the complaints process please email [email protected]

Make a Complaint

The following outlines how you make a complaint about one of our members and the IPA’s process for dealing with that complaint. We act in the public interest and it…

Joint Insolvency Committee - JIC

The Joint Insolvency Committee (JIC) develops, improves and maintains insolvency standards from a regulatory, ethical and best practice perspective. JIC promotes consistency across the profession. It acts as a forum…

Special Regulatory Regimes

In addition to our risk-based monitoring, the IPA is responsible for developing and carrying out other specialist regimes. IVA Volume Provider Regulation An Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) is a formal…

Anti-Money Laundering Hub

Welcome to the Anti-Money Laundering Hub, the section of the IPA website dedicated to our Anti-Money Laundering (AML) role. Anti-Money Laundering Strategy Click here to download our Anti-Money Laundering Strategy. Anti-Money…

Enforcement Notices

Disciplinary notices This section details disciplinary notices against IPA members for the past three years. 2021 2020 2019 2018 Anti-Money Laundering Case Studies We have prepared some anonymised case studies…

Approach to SIP 9 Reporting and Fee Estimates

Guidance Note Approach to SIP9 Reporting and Fee Estimates The IPA is pleased to support and endorse this R3 guidance note and hopes it will provide the assistance that practitioners…

Other Regulation & Guidance

Please find below some useful links to additional guidance issued by the IPA and other organisations: Insolvency Guidance Papers (Control of Cases, Succession Planning, Bankruptcy the Family Home, Control of…

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…