The Small Practice Group is the voice of those who work on smaller assignments or work in smaller firms or departments within large organisations.
In our day to work, whatever the size of the assignment or practice , in a globally connected world we are all much more likely to need to reach out for expertise beyond our existing experience and knowledge, this is where the SPG is a vital addition to the smaller firms’ network.
The group brings together practitioners from all disciplines to share ideas, problems, and practical solutions we all face on a day to day basis in dealing with both cross-border assignments and those within single jurisdictions. To be able to reach out and borrow a solution from another jurisdiction can often be the key to finding an imaginative solution to what was an unsolvable problem.
In any relationship it is all about know, like and trust, and the aim of the group is to build those relationships so we are in a position to refer work to one another which will benefit both our own firms but also the clients we are working with.
The committee brings together knowledge, experience, and contacts from across the globe in all aspects of both business rescue and turnaround and personal insolvency.
Peter Sargent, Chair
Small Practice Issues Technical Series
Under this series two sets of papers are published and they are based on standard templates developed by the INSOL Technical Research Committee and the Small Practice Issues Committee. One set of papers covers a Collection of Practical Issues Important to Small Practitioners and the other covers Consumer Debt Issues. The papers are country studies and are from the regions of Africa, the Middle East and Europe, Asia Pacific Rim and the Americas. We hope you find these INSOL publications interesting and useful.
Small Practice Glossary Terms
TOUCHPOINT - The INSOL Newsletter for Small Practices
TOUCHPOINT - the INSOL Newsletter for Small Practices is now available in the INSOL Library. To view, go the the INSOL Library, and search 'Small Practice' or 'Newsletter'; or go to the 'Other Publications' tab.