Partnerships with National Associations

We have started a programme to develop a close relationship with the relevant National Association (or similar body) in each jurisdiction covered by our members. The purpose of this cooperation is to establish a close bond and relationship between the National Association and INSOL Europe so that:
  • both organisations may jointly work towards furthering the profession in the insolvency, business reconstruction and recovery market,
  • INSOL Europe is able to represent and give a voice to the National Association before European legislative bodies, and
  • to increase the flow of relevant information between the Associations and promote their respective professional events.
National Associations with whom we have a signed cooperation agreement are shown below.

Visit our Membership Development Committee page for more information, and the Country Coordinators page for a list of designated contacts within each country.
Country and National Association
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Hungary (agreed February 2024)
Germany (agreed January 2024)
Germany (agreed November 2023)
Portugal (agreed September 2023)
France (agreed September 2023)
Netherlands (agreed September 2023)
Italy (Agreed September 2023)
Belgium (agreed March 2023)
Romania (agreed March 2023)
Ireland (agreed March 2023)
Croatia (agreed February 2023)
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