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Carrie James, Immediate Past President

Other articles (Insolvency Practitioner, May 2020): Michelle Thorp, CEOInterested in a secondment at the IPA?A reminder on the Statements of Insolvency Practice consultationAn overview of the 5th Money Laundering DirectiveA…

Michelle Thorp, CEO

Other articles (Insolvency Practitioner, May 2020): Carrie James, Immediate Past PresidentInterested in a secondment at the IPA?A reminder on the Statements of Insolvency Practice consultationAn overview of the 5th Money…

Government Consultations Personal Insolvency

2019 Breathing Space and Statutory Debt Relief Plan IPA Response to the Scottish Parliament Consultation on the review of The Bankruptcy and Debt Advice (Scotland) Act 2014 2016 Response of…

Firm Member

Application for Firm Membership for: Partnerships, limited liability partnerships, incorporated bodies (including unlimited companies) or sole proprietors whichCarry on the business or practice of insolvency administration in the United Kingdom…

Affiliate Member

An applicant for Affiliate Membership should usually: Have passed the Joint Insolvency Examination (JIE) set by the Joint Insolvency Examination Board (JIEB); orHave passed the JIEB Personal Insolvency Paper and…

Student Member

Apply to be a student member If you wish to study for the IPA’s Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency Examination (CPI) or the Recognised Professional Bodies’ Joint Insolvency Examination (JIE)…

The application process

Membership criteria for all membership categories and application forms can be found here. Membership applications are considered by the Board at their regular meetings, and license applications are considered by the…

Insolvency Practitioners Association’s position on the Insolvency Service’s review of the current regulatory landscape: make sure your views are heard in the call for evidence process

For the attention of all members. Dear member, We are writing to you following the Insolvency Practitioners Association’s (IPA’s) consultation process with its members on the Insolvency Service’s (IS’s) call…

Member guidance on non-Insolvency Act work

1. IPA members who may or may not be authorised as Insolvency Practitioners (IPs), will occasionally undertake work that, while suited to their skills, does not require an insolvency authorisation…

New measures to support Insolvency Practitioners

The IPA and ICAEW have been in conversation with the Insolvency Service and are looking at introducing various measures to ease the burden and support Insolvency Practitioners during the current…