Intelligence UK brings in depth understanding of insolvency law to combat high profile and complex insolvency based white collar crime. Our specialist skillsets align us perfectly to investigate and deal with white collar crime originating from the poorly regulated, corruption ridden insolvency sector.
Whether you are facing issues with the Insolvency Service themselves or a private trustee in bankruptcy or liquidation, we can help.
Insolvency law is widely being used as the vehicle of choice for white collar criminals in defrauding their victims. Whether by taking away standing to bring litigation by misuse of insolvency legislation or whether by using insolvency and fictitious claims and misapplied, often accentuated fees, we have identified a massive problem in the insolvency sector and there is urgent need of reform.
With an in-depth understanding of cross-disciplinary best practices, Intelligence UK is inter-connected across jurisdictions and regulatory fronts, enabling us to carry out multi-jurisdictional investigations and hit issues head on wherever they arise.
Assisting victims of insolvency abuse
The insolvency sector is ill-regulated and its only regulator, the Insolvency Service is infiltrated with corruptors who actively support those they purport to regulate.
Intelligence UK International acts as an independent third party investigator with specialist knowledge of insolvency law to identify and prosecute instances of abuse by delinquent office-holders.
Lobbying for legislative changes – exposing flaws
We regularly publish factually accurate articles exposing legislative flaws or case specific articles outlining where civilians are having their rights violated in the name of insolvency law.
Insolvency law is widely being abused, resulting in solvent individuals and businesses being destroyed by unscrupulous lawyers and insolvency practitioners.
Private criminal and civil prosecutions
Delivering value to our clients by investigating high profile insolvency fraud and corruption cases, getting to the issues that matter and then advancing those issues.
We work with prosecuting counsel to get justice for those who have been defrauded in the name of justice with specialist expertise of both insolvency law and criminal law / Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
If you, or anyone you know has been affected by unscrupulous insolvency practitioners or lawyers. Get in touch with us today, we may be able to turn it around.
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