Case information and published reports on insolvency cases being handled by Grant Thornton UK LLP
How it works?
If you are a creditor, employee, or shareholder on one of the insolvency cases published here, you will have received a letter from the Grant Thornton UK LLP insolvency practitioner providing you with a login name and password.
Insolvency guidance available to creditors, members and debtors
Provided below is information to help creditors, members and subjects of a bankruptcy (debtors) to understand their rights in insolvency and regarding officeholders’ (for example the administrators’ or liquidators’) fees, as well as the roles and functions of committees.
The sources for the information are the referenced insolvency rules and R3, which is the trade association for the UK’s insolvency, restructuring, advisory and turnaround professionals. Amongst other things, R3 has produced the website ‘Creditors Insolvency Guide’ to help explain insolvency processes and how to get involved, if you are an individual or business who has lost money in an insolvency. Further information is also available from R3 Creditors Guides:
- Rights of creditors during an insolvency process guides
- Background information regarding the fees of officeholders (England & Wales)
- Liquidation/Creditors’ committees and commissioners
As set out by the specified set of rules below, please also see:
- Insolvency Rules (England & Wales) 2016
- Insolvency (Scotland) (Company Voluntary Arrangement and Administration) Rules 2018
- Insolvency (Scotland) (Receivership and Winding Up) Rules 2018