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The Scottish Government’s consultation paper “Covid Recovery: A consultation on public services, justice system and other reforms” focuses on reviewing the legislative powers that have supported the Government’s response to Covid. The paper begins with discussion of the Government’s ambitions for Covid recovery and ends with an open question, to invite comments on the action that respondents think is required to support a fair, safe and secure recovery. View
This consultation invites views and evidence on the steps that the government proposes to take to amend the Money Laundering Regulations (MLRs). These amendments will allow the government to make some time-sensitive updates to the MLRs, which are required to ensure that the UK continues to meet international standards set by the Financial Action Task Force, whilst also strengthening and ensuring clarity on how the anti-money laundering regime operates, following feedback from industry and supervisors on the implementation of the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020. View
The FCA are consulting on non-handbook guidance for insolvency practitioners on how to approach insolvencies of regulated firms. The proposed guidance aims to help IPs comply with our rules and guidance and relevant legislation which aim to achieve better outcomes for consumers and market participants following the failure of a regulated firm. View
We welcome the Scottish Government’s review of the changes introduced by BADAS, and the opportunity to contribute the views of our members. The Act came into law at a time when both personal and corporate insolvency numbers were falling, and it introduced a number of important changes to Scotland’s framework for resolving personal debt. View
In 2018, the UK Government announced that it would introduce legislation in the Finance Bill 2019-2020 to make HM Revenue & Customs a secondary preferential creditor for certain tax debts paid by employees and customers on the insolvency of a business. View
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