Introduction

R3 provide a varied array of courses and conferences that are informative whilst providing an opportunity for individuals to network. As the leading provider of education and training for insolvency and business recovery professionals, R3’s national course calendar keeps you up to date on the latest technical and legal requirements. R3 conferences provide topical and timely information - delivering market leading analysis and key reviews of the issues affecting the business recovery and restructuring industries.

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Upcoming events

  1. Employment Tribunals breakfast briefing - Birmingham

    28 June 2017

    Breakfast Meeting

    In this breakfast briefing, Gateley Plc Partner, Andrew Macmillan, will explain the factors that will determine the extent of an IP’s engagement with the tribunal process, ways to streamline case management and how to submit a response that can minimise awards even in cases where the IP will not take an active part. It will look at the initial assessment of claim, communication and how a case can be resolved by consent without a hearing.
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  1. SPG Technical Review - Bristol

    4 July 2017

    Full Day Course

    This Technical Review, dedicated to the smaller firms, focuses on a blend of technical issues covering topics of current concern as well as practical tips for IPs and their managers to take back to their own practices. Delegates will gain enhanced technical knowledge of some key topics that regularly impact on their work, along with useful practical guidance. Suitable for delegates of all ranges of experience, looking for a technical update across a variety of insolvency and related disciplines.
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  1. Restructuring Day - London

    5 July 2017

    Full Day Course

    This interactive course has been designed to give an overview of the restructuring techniques that are currently being used and some of the key issues involved in the restructuring process. Wherever possible, the speakers will provide practical examples so that those attending can benefit from their experiences.
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  1. Practical Introduction to Insolvency Work: Personal Insolvency

    5 September 2017

    Introductory Course

    This series of seminars will provide a broad groundwork in the principles of insolvency. You will gain a thorough overview of the main insolvency principles and processes, covering a range of insolvency procedures, both personal and corporate. This day will focus on an introduction to insolvency as well as non-insolvency issues, including insolvency processes, creditors’ rights, corporate life cycle and bank debt.
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  1. Restructuring Solicitors Firms - London

    14 September 2017

    Half Day Course

    Given the recent failures of several high profile UK law firms, we have several market leaders who will give practical guidance on how IPs/Lenders/Advisors should deal with these scenarios. Topics include the current market trends, how to deal with the SRA and practical steps to avoid intervention, successor practice rules, risk, compliance with SIP 16, financial solutions, new business models and an analysis of sectors that face volatility. This aimed at delegates with over 5 years’ experience.
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  1. CVAs - London

    14 September 2017

    Half Day Course

    Restructuring professionals are increasingly looking at solutions for companies in distress which fall outside formal insolvency procedures; this has led over recent years to an increase in proposals for CVAs, particularly in sectors which have been heavily exposed to leasehold property. This course will look at how a CVA can be used as a restructuring tool, the legal framework of CVAs, Leasehold Portfolio CVAs ), a panel session with leading stakeholders and a legal update.
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  1. Practical Introduction to Insolvency Work: Rescue including Administrations and CVAs

    20 September 2017

    Introductory Course

    This series of seminars will provide a broad groundwork in the principles of insolvency. You will gain a thorough overview of the main insolvency principles and processes, covering a range of insolvency procedures, both personal and corporate. This day will focus on an introduction to insolvency as well as non-insolvency issues, including insolvency processes, creditors’ rights, corporate life cycle and bank debt.
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  1. Employment Tribunals breakfast briefing - Leeds

    26 September 2017

    Breakfast Meeting

    In this breakfast briefing, Gateley Plc Partner, Andrew Macmillan, will explain the factors that will determine the extent of an IP’s engagement with the tribunal process, ways to streamline case management and how to submit a response that can minimise awards even in cases where the IP will not take an active part. It will look at the initial assessment of claim, communication and how a case can be resolved by consent without a hearing.
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  1. Practical Introduction to Insolvency Work: Liquidations I

    12 October 2017

    Introductory Course

    This series of seminars will provide a broad groundwork in the principles of insolvency. You will gain a thorough overview of the main insolvency principles and processes, covering a range of insolvency procedures, both personal and corporate. This day will focus on an introduction to insolvency as well as non-insolvency issues, including insolvency processes, creditors’ rights, corporate life cycle and bank debt.
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  1. SPG Forum

    2 November 2017

    Two Day Conference

    The SPG Forum is a well established forum for debate and analysis for the smaller practice community. This popular two day residential conference is designed specifically for smaller practice professionals to keep them fully informed of recent industry developments and provide legal, practical and technical updates. If looking to book a non-residential package please contact courses@r3.org.uk
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  1. Practical Introduction to Insolvency Work: Liquidations II

    9 November 2017

    Introductory Course

    This series of seminars will provide a broad groundwork in the principles of insolvency. You will gain a thorough overview of the main insolvency principles and processes, covering a range of insolvency procedures, both personal and corporate. This day will focus on an introduction to insolvency as well as non-insolvency issues, including insolvency processes, creditors’ rights, corporate life cycle and bank debt.
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  1. Practical Introduction to Insolvency Work: Tax Compliance and Planning, TUPE & Employee/ RPO Claims

    30 November 2017

    Introductory Course

    This series of seminars will provide a broad groundwork in the principles of insolvency. You will gain a thorough overview of the main insolvency principles and processes, covering a range of insolvency procedures, both personal and corporate. This day will focus on an introduction to insolvency as well as non-insolvency issues, including insolvency processes, creditors’ rights, corporate life cycle and bank debt.
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