Personal Insolvency and Bankruptcy - Recording

Summary

The course will provide an update on key aspects of personal insolvency and bankruptcy, which is an area affected by almost monthly case law developments, new legislation and Central Bank Regulations.

Venue details:  
On Demand webinar, ,
Start date & time:  
06 October 2020 00:00
End date & time:  
06 October 2021 00:00
Price:  
By registering for this course you have accepted the terms and conditions
Training ticket cost:  
2.50 Training Tickets accepted
CPD hours:  
2.50
Speaker details
First nameLast name
Jim Stafford

Description

Product type:  
CPD online course
Category:  
Chartered courses, Insolvency

This coruse was recorded on 6 November 2020, the recording targeted at accountants, asset managers and bankers dealing with personal insolvency, and is suitable for staff of all levels, from trainee to partner.

Booking Information

Once you have booked your course, the link to the recording will be available in your "My Account" area.

Please be aware that you will have access to this course for 180 days from the date of purchase

Course overview

  • Developments in 2020
  • Vulture funds
  • Enforcement options
  • Court review of a PIA
  • Recent case law on PIAs
  • Mortgage to Rent Scheme
  • Dealing with house re-possession proceedings
  • What deals are being done?
  • Expected developments in 2021

Key learning outcomes

By the end of this course,participants will be able to:

  • Identify key negotiating points in resolving debt issues
  • Have an understanding, by case studies, of how debt solutions may be negotiated both formally and informally
  • Updated with key developments in 2020

Speaker Bio

Jim is an experienced Insolvency Practitioner and forensic accountant with two years working in New York and five years working in London. He has been appointed as Liquidator/Receiver to over 600 companies. He has also been involved in hundreds of corporate restructurings and is one of Ireland's leading experts on Personal Insolvency and bankruptcy.