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 meaning of Insolvency compliance
    The first requirement when considering whether your insolvency appointments are compliant is to define what is meant by 'compliance'. For RMCSC this is simple - compliance means doing a good professional job. The insolvency Ethics Code covers all aspects of insolvency work, demanding a high standard of professional behaviour, and insolvency practitioners must comply with […]
  • Insolvency Rules 2016 – Decisions
    Insolvency practitioners are long used to the legal procedure of creditors’ meetings as the way in which creditors, the key players in the insolvency process, make vital decisions about a company or individual who is insolvent. From 6 April 2017 this will change completely. Creditors will still be the key decision makers in the insolvency […]
  • Administrator’s release
    When a person ceases to be an administrator he is discharged from liability in respect of any action of his as administrator, provided that this release has been properly granted under S98 of Sch B1 of the Insolvency Act 1986. The validity of his release from personal liability is probably even more important to an […]