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Our business recovery and insolvency profession is expecting one of its busiest periods since the recession of the early 90s.
ICAEW has recently been asked by various firms, how easy is it for staff in different disciplines to transfer to recovery and insolvency departments to ease the expected resource constraints?
The reality is that it’s been done before and it’s not unreasonable to assume it will be essential in the future if firms are going to be able to cope with the expected levels of demand.
For those currently working in the profession, or that may seek to transfer to it in the future, one of the most effective ways to train staff, is to support them through a formal insolvency qualification.
ICAEW’s Certificate in Insolvency is the most flexible insolvency qualification available, and its recently launched and ground-breaking, remote assessment, allows candidates to complete their studies with the added flexibility of being able to take the assessment from their own home.
Connor Newman, the first candidate to pass the assessment from his own home writes that there’s “less pressure and stress, the booking process was flexible and not being surrounded by other students it is easier to concentrate.”
Read more at https://www.icaew.com/learning-and-development/academy/specialist-qualifications/certificate-in-insolvency or contact email@example.com