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Welcome to Regulation by the IPA

Resources Pre Visit Questionnaire Welcome to Regulation Booklet  Welcome to Regulation Booklet is currently being updated following changes to the IPA committee structure and regulatory process in 2019. Qualitative issues…

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Why Train with the IPA

The IPA is the UK’s sole regulator dedicated to insolvency and the largest insolvency regulator by market coverage. We’re on hand to support you with our expert knowledge as you…

IPA Insolvency Practitioner Authorisation Regulations

These Regulations apply to all members of the IPA who are authorised by the IPA to take insolvency appointments, or are in the process of applying for authorisation. Please click here to…

A Guide To The IPA Ethics Code

A GUIDE TO THE INSOLVENCY PRACTITIONERS ASSOCIATION ETHICS CODE A guide to the IPA Ethics Code The Joint Insolvency Committee (JIC) is undertaking an on-going review of the Code of…

IPA Membership

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…

IPA Articles of Association and Regulation Rules

Articles of Association Regulation and Conduct Commmittee – Conduct Rules Regulation and Conduct Committee – Regulatory Rules Disciplinary and Appeals Committee – Disciplinary Rules Disciplinary and Appeals Committee – Appeal…

IPA Committees and What They Do

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 IPA’s contribution to the…

A Brief History of the IPA

The IPA was formed in 1961 as a discussion group of accountants specialising in insolvency. Over the early years, it grew in numbers and stature as the body of the…

Membership & Authorisation (Licence)

OMIP: Application for Membership & Authorisation (Licence) to act as an Insolvency Practitioner [2020] Application for Individual Ordinary Membership [2020] for an applicant who can show that he/she: Has passed…