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.

  • A checklist for checklists
    Since the Insolvency Rules 2016 were published and then became law in April 2017 many insolvency practitioners have bought 'packages' of standard documents, including template notices, checklists, letters and reports, in order to assist in achieving compliance with the new rules. Such standard documents are then applied to all aspects of insolvency administration and are […]
  • Secretary of State licence holders
    The Secretary of State will cease issuing insolvency licences from 1 October 2016 and many insolvency practitioners previously licensed by the Secretary of State have already changed to another insolvency licence provider. All insolvency practitioners still licensed by the Secretary of State and who wish to continue taking insolvency appointments must ensure that they have […]
  • Compliance is not a bought in standard letter pack
    Major creditors have indicated that they expect more from insolvency practitioners seeking approval for remuneration than a matrix of hours charged to the case and a narrative of standard tasks. A speaker for an insolvency licence provider said in 2015 that compliance is not a pack of standard letters. All business people use standard documents […]

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