The new code contains more detailed examples of conflict situations, enhanced responsibilities placed on an IP who is an employee and a completely new set of obligations on IPs and their staff to report non-compliance with laws and regulations (NOCLAR).
In this 1 hour video, we break these amendments down into key topic areas and examine the practical implications of these changes on your internal procedures.
£50 + VAT per person
This training video includes electronic version of course documentation.
50% reduction for every third one hour session you book.
This course is intended for anyone working in insolvency, and specifically insolvency practitioners, those considering obtaining their insolvency licence or setting up in practice and personnel engaged in the implementation of compliance processes.
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