The inexorable and dangerous decline in creditor engagement

The inexorable and dangerous decline in creditor engagement

October 14, 2014


Our Head of Creditor Services writes for Corporate Insolvency & Restructuring magazine about the changing world of creditor involvement in the UK insolvency regime.

Back in the early 1990s, a well-known but not best respected insolvency practitioner (IP) in North London liked to joke that whenever his receptionist tried to put through a call from a creditor on any of his cases, he would ask her: “what’s a creditor?”…

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