Commonly known as the hiatus period, this webinar examines in detail the advice the directors should be given to protect themselves, the company’s creditors and stakeholders, and why it so important. We will also look at what you need to do to protect yourself in any advisory period and how to mitigate any risk that appointment may pose.
Recorded 23 February 2018
£50 + VAT per person
Anyone with an interest or role in insolvency looking for an update, a fresh approach or a concentrated introduction to the issue.
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