IPs welcome reforms to UK regulation, but warn of increased costs
The UK government has revealed proposed changes to regulation of the insolvency profession, including reforms to bonding and the potential introduction of a compensation scheme, which insolvency practitioners say could increase costs and lead to a “wave of unsubstantiated claims”.
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