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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…

IPA Governing Documents

The items below set out the current articles and rules by which the IPA carries out its regulatory responsibilities. Articles of Association Regulation and Conduct Committee – Conduct Rules Regulation…

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 2020 Reports and Accounts 2019 Reports and Accounts 2018 Reports and…

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 licenses and regulates Insolvency Practitioners under insolvency and anti-money laundering regulations, and works to raise professional standards through professional training, benchmarking, networking, best practice sharing…

About the IPA

A brief History of the IPA The IPA licenses and regulates Insolvency Practitioners under insolvency and anti-money laundering regulations, and works to raise professional standards through professional training, benchmarking, networking,…

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