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IPA Address 46 New Broad StreetLondonEC2M 1JH IPA Office Hours Office hours are Monday – Friday, 9.00am – 5.00pm  IPA Telephone Number 020 8152 4980 IPA Emails Membership Events Complaints…

Training Organisations

Please take a look at the following link for insolvency training in Scotland: Insolvency Support Services Ltd (Eileen Maclean) – providers of Scottish CPI, CPPI and CPCI training Guidance Note  …

Certificate of Proficiency in Personal Insolvency (CPPI)

CPPI Syllabus CPPI England and Wales syllabus 2024 CPPI Scottish syllabus 2024 CPPI Past Papers Rules and Regulations Do you specialise in personal insolvency?Are you looking for a qualification to…

Exam Dates and Application Forms

7 June 2024 is the next sitting of the CPI England & Wales, CPPI England & Wales, CPI Scottish Paper, CPPI Scottish Paper. The deadline is 16 May 2024. 22…

Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency (CPI)

CPI Syllabus CPI Scotland syllabus 2024 CPI England and Wales syllabus 2024 CPI Past Papers Rules and Regulations To sit one of the examinations you will need to become an…

Joint Insolvency Examination (JIE)

Please ensure you are a Student member of the IPA before applying. Fees are payable to the Joint Insolvency Board. 2023 exam dates Corporate Insolvency: 14 November Personal Insolvency: 15…

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 regulation@ipa.uk.com

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 seek…

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…

Registered Property Receivers Scheme

A distinguished mark of accreditation The Registered Property Receivers (RPR) scheme was launched in 1999, with the objective of accrediting professionals who carry out fixed charge or Law of Property Act receivership work, in order to offer assurance…