INSOLVENCY news: Joined-up thinking

Kerr, David
October 2012
Credit Management;Oct2012, p14
Trade Publication
In this article, the author focuses on the approaches that should be used to address the issues of insolvency. He states that the regulatory bodies need to work together to solve issues related to insolvency practitioners. He further states that creditors and regulatory bodies both should work together on common sanctions guidance in order to improve the economic condition of Great Britain.


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