Introduction RMCSC

RMCSC Ltd provides a high quality individual service linking insolvency qualifications and experience with professional management so that peer and regulatory reviews are more than a consideration of files and systems, and enabling complaints to be resolved professionally, giving an efficient service tailored to the needs of each client.

  • The Bribery Act 2010
    Insolvency practitioners have on occasion said that regulators have criticised them for not having a 'Bribery Act checklist' for each new appointment. There is no obvious requirement in the Bribery Act that would make it mandatory to have a pre appointment Bribery Act insolvency procedure but the importance of compliance with the Bribery Act justifies […]
  • Engaging with creditors
    There have always been legal requirements for insolvency practitioners to work with unsecured creditors. Office holders have to report to creditors after appointment, at regular intervals and when cases are to be closed. The approval of creditors (or court) has always been necessary before officeholders could draw remuneration and the Insolvency (Amendment) Rules 2015 have […]
  • Prepack Pool Feedback
    The pre-pack pool, the panel that may be contacted by directors involved in the pre-pack purchase of the business of their insolvent company in the context of an administration, has been effective since 2 November 2015. If a director, or connected party, chooses to contact the pre-pack pool with details of the proposed transaction, the […]

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