To mark this year’s World AIDS Day, the Insolvency Service’s LGBT+ Network welcomed speakers from the Terrence Higgins Trust to share with staff their experiences of living with HIV.
In this blog, our senior leaders share their thoughts and reflections after attending the IAIR’s Annual Conference and AGM.
During International Fraud Awareness Week, Neil Freebury, our Head of Intelligence, talks about fraud and the importance of not clicking on that suspect link.
During Speak Up Week at the Insolvency Service, we held a number of events, while reminding colleagues of the importance of speaking out if they are uncomfortable, and the routes available to them should they want to raise concerns.
At the end of 2021, the Insolvency Service secured new powers to tackle directors from abusing the dissolution process and walking away without paying their debts. In this blog, we explore how the agency secured several disqualifications in 2022 using the new powers to tackle bounce back loan abuse.
During National Customer Service Week, the Insolvency Service’s Customer Services Operational Delivery Lead, Ashleigh Finnigan shared some thoughts about what excellent customer services means to the Insolvency Service.
Cryptocurrencies are becoming more popular and can be accessed by anyone. Read our blog to understand the type of scams out there and how you can better protect yourself.
Professional Support Lawyer, Matt Pope, hosted a learning and development event where leading insolvency expert, His Honour Judge Abbas Mithani QC, spoke about disqualifications from a judge’s point of view.
In our second blog to celebrate Learning at Work Week 2022 (LaWW), we look at why learning at work is so important to the Insolvency Service and what activities took place during LaWW.
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