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Introduction To Insolvency: Essential Numbers and Accounts

Online webcast to increase knowledge and understanding


NTI

Summary

Price
£149 inc VAT
Or £49.67/mo. for 3 months...
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
2 hours
Access to content
Access until course completion
Qualification
No formal qualification

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Overview

NTI present a 90-minute webcast covering all the essentials of how to understand a set of accounts, how they are relevant to those working in the insolvency profession, and an explanation of the various financial statements prepared and used by Insolvency Practitioners.

Description

What is a Statement of Affairs? What makes a Balance Sheet balance? What makes a Declaration of Solvency different?

In this webcast we provide an explanation of everything you need to know either as someone starting your insolvency career, or looking for a refresher, when it comes to the crucial financial statements and numbers involved in insolvency.

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