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Corporate Insolvency: Introduction and Understanding

Online webcast to increase understanding



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Online, self-paced
2 hours
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NTI present an A to Z guide on everything you need to know to form a technical and practical understanding of Corporate Insolvency. From Administrations to Liquidations, from Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) to which is the best action to pursue, who can take it, what are the consequences and what practical steps should you be aware of when considering each and every 'insolvency event'?

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This online webcast from NTI and hosted by Neil Taylor talks you through the upsides, challenges and pitfalls of every procedure, focusing on the 'need-to-know' technical vocabulary and lacing everything with a practical and useful style. This is a comprehensive 'everything-you-need' introduction to a crucial and highly entertaining topic.

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Introduction to Insolvency



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