On behalf of the Restructuring and Insolvency Community, ICAEW's Quality Assurance Department’s popular annual Roadshows have returned for another year, although 2020 will be showcasing a slightly different virtual format. These will ensure that you are up-to-date on all the latest developments across the insolvency profession.
Now firmly established as must attend events, the Roadshows will cover legal and compliance updates and a fourth topical session will look at how the new moratorium provisions are operating. ICAEW’s Quality Assurance Department will outline the current hot topics for Restructuring and Insolvency Practitioners.
The Restructuring & Insolvency Community Roadshows are free to attend for everyone.
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Please note that you will be registered for all four virtual updates so you can mix and match, depending on which session you would like to listen to. All four links will be sent to you closer to the event.
Please note the topic schedule is subject to change.
Michelle Butler gained many years’ insolvency case administration and management experience at BDO Stoy Hayward and Levy Gee/Numerica. She then joined the IPA as Regulation Manager for 3 years, followed by 4 years as Head of Regulatory Standards and Monitoring. Whilst at the IPA, Michelle managed the inspection and in-house monitoring teams and dealt with matters handled by the Joint Insolvency Committee. She also had daily contact with many IPs, as she serviced the IPA Ethics Helpline and she was a regular speaker at the IPA's annual roadshows. These roles have given her a unique insight into the expectations of the IPA and the JIC, as well as some of the unusual challenges faced by IPs. Michelle remains passionate about all things insolvency, writing regularly on her own insolvency blog, Insolvency Oracle, and speaking regularly at R3 events including the R3 SPG Forum and Technical Reviews. Michelle is also a member of R3’s Smaller Practices Group and General Technical Committees.
Graham McPhie graduated with Honours in Law from the University of Essex in 1986. He attended the College of Law in Guildford and qualified as a Solicitor in 1989. He has worked for specialist commercial firms in London and the South East, gaining considerable experience in all aspects of financially related litigation. Graham works within both the Insolvency & Business Recovery team and also the Commercial Litigation Department. He has expertise in disrepair claims and other legal services for social housing including debt recovery and unlawful occupiers. He became a Partner in January 2003 and also has had experience in property covenant litigation, landlord and tenant claims both commercial and residential, enforcement of security and guarantee obligations, finance facility enforcement, housing act claims, secured and unsecured debt recovery. Graham is a regular speaker at Insolvency courses presenting on numerous personal and corporate insolvency topics.
Alison Morgan has been working in ICAEW’s Quality Assurance Department since October 2011 and spends much of her time on regulatory monitoring visits. She studied English and French Law at Leicester and Strasbourg Universities and subsequently started her insolvency career in 1997 in the Leicester office of KPMG LLP becoming an ICAEW Chartered Accountant in 2000 and passing JIEB in 2001. After a brief spell in industry between 2007 and 2008, she became an appointment-taking IP for three years before joining the ICAEW. She regularly speaks at ICAEW, R3 and other events about insolvency related matters and despite being a licensed IP since 2001, Alison also sat and came first in CPI in December 2015 and sat the ICAEW Certificate in Insolvency the same year, so is equally well placed to share knowledge about the professional qualifications.
Allison Broad is a senior manager in QAD at ICAEW. She has been involved in insolvency monitoring for over 20 years. Before moving into compliance, Allison was a senior manager at PwC in Sheffield where she worked on a range of insolvency appointments. Allison is a chartered accountant and passed the JIEB in 1998.
Mike Jervis, Partner, Restructuring and Insolvency, PwC. Accounting/Restructuring/Insolvency expert, appointed on large assignments such as Lehman and Carillion. Expert on directors' duties and distressed Financial Services companies, including Resolution scenarios. Undertakes advisory work for UK financial services regulators on financially challenged firms. Sold the insolvent Lehman UK equity and prime brokerage business to Nomura in October 2008. Executed the repatriation of $800m from the Lehman Chinese QFII. Recently paid 100% (£750m) to creditors of Lehman service company. Completed the sale of the Russian oil and gas based assets of VOSTOK plc which owned a licence to extract oil and gas in South West Russia, covering 3,000 square miles. Currently Special Manager to the Liquidator of Carillion and subs, a £5 billion revenue group focused on construction, PFI and facilities management.
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