Useful Insolvency Resources

On this page you will find some useful insolvency resources in the following areas:

Simply Scroll down to the section you are interested in, and click on the individual item you wish to access. Much of this resource material is published by, and remains the copyright of, either The Insolvency Service, or R3, The Association of Business Recovery Professionals.

Contact us or call us on 0207 831 1234 for further information about any of the insolvency resources featured on this page.

Fee Guidance Notes England and Wales

For further information on fee guidance please click on the procedure below (opens in a new window).

England and Wales CURRENT – Effective from 6th April, 2017

England and Wales – PRE 6th April 2017

1st October 2015 – 5th April 2017

1st November 2011 to 30th September 2015

 6th April 2010 – 31st October 2011

Up to 5 April 2010

Scottish Fee Guides

  1. Download Creditors’ Guide to Remuneration of Trustees in Bankruptcy Scotland
  2. Download Creditors’ Guide to Administrators’ Remuneration Scotland
  3. Download Creditors’ Guide to IPs’ Fees Under a Voluntary Arrangement Scotland
  4. Download Creditors’ Guide to Remuneration for a Trustee Acting Under a Trust Deed Scotland
  5. Download Creditors’ Guide to Liquidators Remuneration Scotland
  6. Download SIP9 Remuneration of Insolvency Office Holders (Scotland)

Information About Insolvency Procedures

  1. A Guide to Bankruptcy
  2. Options for Paying Off Debts

Information About Redundancy Procedures

  1. Your Rights if Your Employer is Insolvent

Provision of Services Regulations Summary Sheet

The following information is designed to draw the attention of interested parties to the information required to be disclosed by the Provision of Services Regulations 2009.

  1. Download Provision of Services

Creditors’ Committee Guide

The Guide from R3 is intended to provide: an understanding of the role of the Committee in insolvency proceedings; information on how Committees are formed; and guidance on what might be expected if you should you choose to serve as a member of such a Committee

  1. Creditors’ Committee Guide