INSOL Small Practice Group
The aim of this page is to give small practitioners a voice; to share experiences and to be able to network with other like-minded practitioners around the world. This site will point you in the direction of some key contacts. If they cannot help you themselves, they will know someone who can.
In order to get the very best out of this website you will need to register your details together with a brief biography showing your specialist skills and if appropriate, examples of work you have undertaken with your international counterparts. This international register of smaller firms of Insolvency Practitioners will be an invaluable tool to fellow practitioners, financial institutions, lenders, and other professionals worldwide who need a more local and personal service in your town or city or country.
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.
Visit the Technical Library
Small Practice Glossary Terms
INSOL International is pleased to present ‘Marketing is More than a Brochure - INSOL Small Practice Marketing Survey 2013’.
The survey was based on three key areas; general information about the firms, pipeline activities and pulse activities that are important to small practices. We received 172 responses from many countries and this report is based on our survey findings.
The project was led by Margot MacInnis of KRyS Global, Cayman Islands a member of the INSOL International Small Practice Committee.
INSOL International sincerely thanks Ms MacInnis for leading this project and preparing this excellent survey report.
To view the full report click here.