Useful Insolvency Resources
On this page you will find some useful insolvency resources in the following areas:
- GDPR Privacy Notice for Insolvency Appointments
- Fee Guidance Notes
- Scottish Fees Guide
- Information About Insolvency Procedures
- Useful Forms
- Information About Redundancy Procedures
- Provision of Services Regulations Summary Sheet
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.
GDPR Privacy Notice for Insolvency Appointments
- Use of personal information
We process personal information to enable us to carry out our work as insolvency practitioners, which includes processing data that was held by companies / individuals before our appointment, together with data collected during an insolvency procedure or a fixed charge receivership. Our legal obligation to process personal data arises from work we are required to carry out under insolvency and other related legislation.
Insolvency practitioners are Data Controllers of personal data in so far as defined by data protection legislation. Antony Batty & Company LLP will act as Data Processor on their instructions about personal data in relation to an insolvency procedure or fixed charge receivership.
Personal data will be kept secure and processed only for matters relating to the insolvency procedure being dealt with.
- The data we may process
The personal data insolvency practitioners may process in most cases will be basic details that may identify an individual and will typically be sufficient to allow us to carry out our work as insolvency practitioners, for example, dealing with the claims of individuals who are owed monies by the companies / individuals over whom we have been appointed.
However, insolvency practitioners may be appointed over entities that process personal data that is considered more sensitive, for example health records and this sensitive data will usually have been created before our appointment. Although we will take appropriate steps to safeguard sensitive data (or to destroy it where it is appropriate to do so), subject to limited exceptions, for example, where we identify previous conduct and / or action that requires further investigation, we will not be processing sensitive data.
- Sharing information
We may share personal data with third parties where we are under a legal or regulatory duty to do so, or it is necessary for the purposes of undertaking our work as insolvency practitioners. We may also share personal data to lawfully assist the police or other law enforcement agencies with the prevention and detection of crime, where disclosure is necessary to protect the safety or security of any persons and/or otherwise as permitted by the law.
- How long will we hold it?
Personal data will be retained for as long as any legislative or regulatory requirement requires us to hold it. Typically, this may be up to 6 years after which it will be destroyed.
- What are your rights?
You have the right to receive the information contained in this document about how your personal data may be processed by us.
You also have the right to know that we may be processing your personal data and, in most circumstances, to have information about the personal data of yours that we hold, and you can ask for certain other details such as what purpose we may process your data for and how long we will hold it.
Individuals have the right to request that incorrect or incomplete data is corrected and in certain circumstances, you may request that we erase any personal data on you which may be held or processed as part of our work as insolvency practitioners. If you have any complaints about how we handle your personal data, please contact Antony Batty on 0207 831 1234 or firstname.lastname@example.org so we can resolve the issue, where possible. You also have the right to lodge a complaint about any use of your information with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO), the UK data protection regulator.
Fee Guidance Notes England and Wales
For further information on fee guidance please click on the procedures below (open in a new window).
England and Wales CURRENT – Effective from 6th April, 2017
- A creditors’ guide to fees charged by trustees in bankruptcy
- A creditors’ guide to insolvency practitioners’ fees under voluntary arrangements
- A creditors’ guide to administrators’ fees
- A creditors’ guide to liquidators’ fees
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
- Download Creditors’ Guide to Remuneration of Trustees in Bankruptcy Scotland
- Download Creditors’ Guide to Administrators’ Remuneration Scotland
- Download Creditors’ Guide to IPs’ Fees Under a Voluntary Arrangement Scotland
- Download Creditors’ Guide to Remuneration for a Trustee Acting Under a Trust Deed Scotland
- Download Creditors’ Guide to Liquidators Remuneration Scotland
- Download SIP9 Remuneration of Insolvency Office Holders (Scotland)
Information About Insolvency Procedures
- A Guide to Bankruptcy
- Options for Paying Off Debts
Information About Redundancy Procedures
- 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.
- 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
- Creditors’ Committee Guide