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 the Ethics Code at all times. Compliance is therefore much more than just ensuring that statutory deadlines are met or sending reports with the appropriate contents to the right people.
RMCSC's peer reviews include all aspects of management and insolvency work and our advice is focused on ensuring sure that our insolvency clients are in as strong a position as possible regarding future regulatory visits.
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Caroline Clark's insolvency career started over 30 years ago and since 1994 she has specialised in insolvency compliance and regulation.