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Insolvency Boot Camp

This Boot camp series explores specialist topics within the insolvency profession, to develop practical knowledge and skill. The series is perfect for intermediate-level professionals with around five years of experience in insolvency. 

Overview:

This Boot camp series explores specialist topics within the insolvency profession, to develop practical knowledge and skill. The series is perfect for intermediate-level professionals with around five years of experience in insolvency. The Boot camp series aims to deliver topical subjects coherent with changes in the professional climate, and in a timely fashion to keep professionals prepared and experienced for challenging and demanding responsibilities.

The Boot camp series is delivered over 9 weeks, in weekly live sessions. Each session consists of best practice training, a case study, and an open discussion. Case studies are used to demonstrate the practical application of newly developed knowledge and skills for authentic learning experiences. This equips delegates with readiness to apply knowledge in professional practice. Delegates are provided with pre reading for each session, to further enhance the learning opportunities

The Boot camp will be delivered by subject matter experts in live and interactive sessions using our online platform. 

This is an Intermediate level training course.

  1. Developed and delivered by 9 subject experts with over 175 years combined experience
  2. In-depth practical training for intermediate professionals
  3. Authentic learning using case scenarios
  4. Engaging discussions with experts
 
Session # Session Title Date & Time
1 Overview and Comparative Analysis of Insolvency Procedures

This first session in the Bootcamp series will equip delegates to advise clients on the full range of insolvency procedures available to distressed companies, and to determine which process is appropriate for any given situation. 

Speakers: Charles Turner, Partner, Begbies Traynor (view bio) and Jamie Leader, Partner, Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP (view bio)
7th April- 12:00-14:00
2 The Advice Process – How to Advise Directors and Individuals on their Insolvency Options

In this session, we will be looking at the real life situation that Insolvency Practitioners face when holding a first meeting with a director of a failing company or an individual facing financial difficulties. 

Speaker: Nick O'Reilly, Associate Director, Manolete Partners plc (view bio
14th April- 12:00-14:00
3 Personal Insolvency

During this session we will be looking at realisation of the matrimonial home, interaction with family law and investigation techniques employed by an Insolvency Practitioner to try and establish whether there have been any pre appointment transgressions which can lead to potential asset recoveries.

Speakers: 
Nick O'Reilly, Associate Director, Manolete Partners plc (view bio) and Charles Turner, Partner, Begbies Traynor (view bio)
21st April-12:00-14:00
4 Officeholder's Investigations and Antecedent Transactions

This session aims to provide you with practical tips drawn from real-life experience which will assist you in designing and implanting focussed investigation and working as a team with instructed lawyers to achieve realisations for creditors.

Speakers: Dominic Dumville, Partner, Mercer & Hole (view bio) and Sam Fenwick, Partner, Moon Beever (view bio)
28th April-12:00-14:00
5 Accelerated M & A and Prepacks

This session on accelerated M&A and pre-pack administrations will focus on common themes and issues that tend to re-occur and occupy lawyers, financial advisors and officeholders when dealing with a pre-pack administration sale. A level of familiarity with pre-packs is expected from participants. The emphasis of the session will be on practical aspects of the process including valuations, anti-embarrassment clauses, funding/indemnities, in-court appointment as well as looking at the proposed new pre-pack regulations, and the impact they may have. 

Speaker: Amrit Khosa, Of Counsel, Morrison & Foerster (UK) LLP (view bio)
5th May-12:00-14:00
6 Employee Claims and Making Staff Redundant

In this session, we will be covering pre appointment planning, making staff redundant, what their employee claims are from an Estimated Outcome statement and Redundancy Payments Service point of view and a case study

Speakers: Jill Roberts, Manager, Ernst & Young LLP (view bio) and Chrissy Wright, Director, Ernst & Young LLP (view bio)
12th May- 12:00-14:00
7 Creditors’ Claims for Voting and Dividend Purposes

This session – following the previous session on decision procedures – will focus on the assessment of creditor claims for the purposes of both voting and dividend. 

Speakers: 
Charles Turner, Partner, Begbies Traynor (view bio) and Jamie Leader, Partner, Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP (view bio)
19th May- 12:00-14:00
8 Statement of Affairs and Estimated Outcome Statements

We will be covering the layout and different uses of Statements of Affairs and Estimated Outcome Statements, and how they might be adapted depending on who they are being prepared for and why.  

Speaker: James Hopkirk, Restructuring Director, Kreston Reeves LLP (view bio)
26th May 12:00-14:00
9 Decision Procedures and How to Apply in Practice

The session will cover the types of decision procedures which can be used in insolvency proceedings, how they work in practice and the pros and cons of the different procedures. 

Speakers: James Hopkirk, Restructuring Director, Kreston Reeves LLP (view bio) and Philippa Lai, Associate, JMW Solicitors LLP (view bio
2nd June 12:00-14:00
Membership Category Price Excluding VAT
Member £350
Non Member £450

 

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