As a creditor, employee, or shareholder involved in one of the insolvency cases we handle, you can expect to receive a letter from our team of insolvency practitioners.
This letter will include your unique login details, which will grant you access to the relevant online platform. With these login credentials, you will be able to view important updates, documents, and communications related to the insolvency case in question.
As a creditor, member or debtor, it's crucial to understand your rights and obligations during the insolvency process.
That's why we provide comprehensive guidance on our website to help you navigate insolvency proceedings with confidence.
You'll find clear and concise information on everything from your rights in insolvency to the functions of committees and the fees of officeholders such as administrators and liquidators.
Why Grant Thornton
We understand that every insolvency case is unique and requires a bespoke approach to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients. That's why we bring together our multi-disciplinary expertise in insolvency and asset recovery, as well as forensic accounting and investigations, to provide a comprehensive service that is tailored to your specific requirements.
Whether you're a creditor, debtor or involved in any other capacity in an insolvency case, we have the expertise to support you through every step of the process.
Our team of experienced professionals will collaborate closely with you to understand your unique situation and develop a strategy that meets your needs.
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.
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)
- Background information regarding the fees of officeholders (Scotland)
- Liquidation/Creditors’ committees and commissioners
As set out by the specified set of rules below, please also see:
- Insolvency Rules (England & Wales) 2016
- Creditors’ and members’ rights to request information about remuneration or expenses
- Creditors’ and members’ rights to challenge the office-holder’s remuneration and expenses
- Debtor’s right to challenge the office-holder’s remuneration and expenses
- Insolvency (Scotland) (Company Voluntary Arrangement and Administration) Rules 2018
- Insolvency (Scotland) (Receivership and Winding Up) Rules 2018
If you are dissatisfied with how the case has progressed, please contact the Insolvency Practitioner directly who is responsible for the case, or alternatively please write to Joy Ajadi, who is the firms' Head of Insolvency and Restructuring Risk at email email@example.com. If you remain unsatisfied, you may take your complaint up with the Insolvency Practitioners Recognised Professional Body via the Insolvency Services Complaints Gateway, either through their website https://www.gov.uk/complain-about-insolvency-practitioner or by telephoning 0300 678 0015.