Approval of our remuneration is key to our business success and our engagement with creditors. After all, it's their money that pays our fees. There is perennial stakeholder and regulatory focus on what we get paid, and how it is approved. This webinar will allow you to discuss and debate the options and requirements, and suggest some practical solutions to getting it right.
This webinar will concentrate on the statutory provisions in relation to England & Wales. An equivalent webinar concentrating on the equivalent Scottish provisions takes place on 25 February 2022.
Recorded 24 September 2021
This session is suitable for anyone looking for an update or fresh approach to the subject, as well as staff who would benefit from an in depth introduction or refresher to the issue of remuneration, outlays and SIP 9.
£50 + VART per person
Webinar fee includes electronic version of course documentation.
50% reduction for every third one hour session you book.
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