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electronic voting and virtual meetings - the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016

18 May 2017
Now the Insolvency Rules 2016 are in place (6 April 2017), the decision making process for insolvency practitioners has changed. George will take a look at how electronic voting and virtual meetings can be used and gives some practical advice to make sure your procedures are up to date.


Watch the other videos in this series on the Insolvency (England & Wales) Rules 2016 for insolvency practitioners and creditors:

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