For International Women's Day 2021, our colleague, Agata, writes about her early life in Lithuania, her new life in the UK and working at the Insolvency Service.
One of our new apprentices, James, writes about his experiences of working at the Insolvency Service while completing his apprenticeship.
Read about how, in 1975, a young woman joined the Insolvency Service as a temporary typist. And how that temporary position became 46 years of public service.
This year our popular Insolvency Live event was held virtually for the first time. Read about how the event was organised, as well as catching up on those sessions you may have missed.
Every year, the UK Women in Credit Awards champion the work of a range of incredible women across the entire credit and financial services industry, empowering, connecting, supporting and uncovering achievements among inspirational women in the profession.
To mark Remembrance Day, I thought I would write a little about the stories of some fellow civil servants who paid the ultimate sacrifice during the Great War.
Writing for Black History Month, our colleague Jeff Cox reflects on his time as a member of Anti-Slavery International and discusses the ongoing work to end modern slavery.
In our latest blog, commemorating Black History Month, our colleague Jeff reflects on his parents' journey to the UK and his own journey in the Civil Service.
We recognise the wellbeing of our staff has an impact on the work we do. In this blog, we focus on our mental wellbeing network group 'Break the Stigma'.
In our latest blog, Debbie Churaman, the Insolvency Service Senior Lawyer, looks how confiscation orders can act as a deterrant against those wishing to benefit from the proceeds of crime.
Our Head of Policy writes about one of the most significant developments to our insolvency framework in many years.