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    IOH Forum Documents

    Survey and summary on the state of affairs of European insolvency office holders and recommendations for minimum standards

    INSOL Europe’s Insolvency Office Holders (IOH) Forum conducted a survey from December 2015 to May 2016, which was presented together with a summary including recommendations with regards to the profession to the European Commission, DG Justice in July 2016 by the Co-Chairs of the Insolvency Office Holders Forum

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    “REPORT ON THE REGULATION OF INSOLVENCY OFFICE HOLDERS FINAL VERSION FOR WEBSITE”
    "IOH Executive Summary, including recommendations and annexes 1-4"
    INSOL Europe officeholder survey Jan 2016
    IOH Forum related Documents

    The IOH forum is prepared to facilitate, where appropriate, the exchange of information about the profession of IOHs in the various European jurisdictions and other related topics of interest.

    Currently the following documents overviews are available:

    EUROPEAN PRINCIPLES AND BEST PRACTICES FOR INSOLVENCY OFFICE HOLDERS - REPORT III: THE STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES AND BEST PRACTICES FOR INSOLVENCY OFFICE HOLDERS IN EUROPE (Universiteit Leiden, TRI Leiden, The Netherlands)
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