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One Hour Series

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Technical Short: Scottish Personal Insolvency Technical Update

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

In this webinar we will look at recent statutory changes to the Bankruptcy (Scotland) Act 2016 and anticipated changes to the protected trust deed process set out in the draft Protected Trust Deeds (Miscellaneous Amendment) (Scotland) Regulations 2024. We will look at the corresponding changes to SIP 3.3 and consider the impact of both on the AiB’s PTD Protocol.

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How To: Complete Enhanced Due Diligence - What is it and when to do it

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

This One Hour Session is designed to set out in detail your EDD due diligence requirements and assist you in completing these obligation in practice. Ultimately this is about managing and reducing your risk when dealing with high-risk AML situations.

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How To

How To: Complete a Suspicious Activity Report

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) must be submitted by an organisation or individual who knows or suspects that another party is engaged in money laundering. Submitting a SAR provides valuable information to law enforcement teams about potential criminality and allows investigators to join the dots on existing criminal activity or identify new sources of criminal behaviour.

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How To: Deal with a Retention of Title claim

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

The right to claim retention of title (ROT) sits in the contract between supplier and purchaser, but it is the insolvency of the purchaser that triggers the supplier’s right to claim. It’s unusual for suppliers of physical goods not to have ROT in their terms and conditions, so as insolvency practitioners we need to be confident in our dealings with ROT claims.

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How To: Complete Customer Due Diligence and Corresponding Ethics Check

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

How do you translate statutory Anti Money Laundering requirements into meaningful, effective application? This session looks at how the legal requirements surrounding client due diligence can be put into practice across your cases.

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How To: Deal with a Bounce Back Loan

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

Bounce back loans (BBLs) and the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) came to the rescue of many businesses in 2020, but not all applications were genuine or appropriate. HM Treasury has estimated the loss to the tax payer runs into billions of pounds. As IPs, it is our obligation to investigate on appointment and, there’s a current focus on the misuse and recovery of BBL and CBILS lending.

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How To: Put a company into Creditors Voluntary Liquidation

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) is the most common insolvency procedure: a process driven by directors of the company, assisted by us as insolvency practitioners. There are various ways of structuring the process within the statutory deadlines. But it can be a challenge to get the timescales correct, taking into account delivery of the required documents and decision dates.

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How To: Quantify and recover a Director's Loan Account

1 Hour

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1PD hours

What is a director’s loan account and why does it matter in insolvency? Often, it is the only asset in a liquidation, and its repayment is the only possible source of recovery for creditors. In light too of the focus on bounce back loans and the misuse of covid support schemes, it is important that we understand the role of DLAs in our reporting requirements and recovery strategy.

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Technical Short

Protective Awards in Insolvency - what they are and where do they rank

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

Employment law and insolvency law are uneasy bedfellows, and the notice periods demanded by employment law can be difficult to achieve in formal insolvency appointments.

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Scottish Administrations - Avoiding the (many) pitfalls

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

Here at ISS we probably answer more technical questions on the Scottish Administration process than all other matters combined. Ostensibly the process is the same North and South of the Border, but in practice, there are many pitfalls awaiting you in the Scottish process, mostly around fee approval and appeals, accounting periods and extensions.

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Members' Voluntary Liquidation

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

This information-packed session is designed to assist new members to the profession and anyone looking for a detailed refresher on the subject of MVLs.

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Tax and VAT update

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

The insolvency practitioner’s relationship with HMRC is mutual: on appointment we share information about the tax payer and come to an agreed conclusion as to HMRC’s claim, dividend recovery and (eventually!) tax clearance. Like all relationships, it has its ups and downs, issues with communication and unrequited emails, but we get there in the end.

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Alternatives to MVL

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

Members’ voluntary liquidations are the principal process for the return of capital to the shareholders of a solvent company, but what other options might be available as an alternative to MVL?

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The Moratorium

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

The stand-alone moratorium provisions came into effect in June 2020, introduced as a new solution for companies facing financial difficulties. Businesses that survived the pandemic and its restrictions are now facing the economic consequences of a cost of living crisis, volatile fuel costs and uncertain economic conditions and a moratorium may well give them the breathing space that they need, while they assess their options.

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Personal Pensions in Personal Insolvency

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

Having looked at employer pensions in a previous webinar, in this One Hour Series we turn our attention to personal pensions, and how we deal with them in personal insolvency. We look at whose rights take priority and when; whether a Trustee is ever entitled to the proceeds of a pension; and in what circumstances any element of an over-funded personal pension could be recovered by an IP.

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Connected Party Disposals

1 Hour

£55.00 excl. VAT

1PD hours

The Administration (Restrictions on Disposal etc to Connected Persons) Regulations 2021 came into force on 30 April 2021.

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Preferential Creditors in Insolvency

1 Hour

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With the restoration of HMRC to preferential status in insolvency appointments on or after 1 December 2020, we take a detailed look at the revised legislation and the consequential changes. What now constitutes a preferential claim and what is the difference between ordinary prefs and secondary prefs?

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