As a professional adviser you want to ensure you are giving the very best advice possible to your clients. When it comes to director redundancy, an area which is not widely understood even within professional circles, you may choose to seek specialist guidance to guarantee you are giving your insolvent clients the full picture when it comes to closing their limited company.
Redundancy Claims UK can not only help you understand the ins and outs of director redundancy, but by working with us you can ensure you remain compliant when referring your clients. As the only regulated firm who can receive referrals you can trust that your clients are in safe hands with us.
We have over 40 years’ experience working alongside accountants, insolvency practitioners, and other professionals to provide the expert help and assistance required when their insolvent clients are considering their right to director redundancy.
We can take care of the entire redundancy claims process from qualifying your clients’ eligibility for redundancy, through to submitting the claim on their behalf, leaving you free to focus on other matters.
RCUK fully understand that there is nothing more important for you as an Insolvency Practitioner than being compliant and adhering to the prevailing statutory framework, the statements of insolvency practice and the fundamental principles embodied in the insolvency code of ethics.Continue Reading
The Claims Management Regulator (“CMR”) regulate independent Claims Management Companies (“CMC’s”) operating in various sectors including those dealing with employment and redundancy claims.Continue Reading
RCUK is pleased to announce it has achieved the first stage of transition to the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) authorisation by successfully being given a temporary license to continue its business activities beyond the 31st March 2019.Continue Reading
In the light of the recent article by IPA Member Caroline Clark which appeared in the IPA Newsletter Feb 19 and has subsequently been posted on the R3 website Redundancy Claims UK (“RCUK”) would like to formally respond. Whilst we acknowledge that Ms Clark confirmed that the views expressed in the article were her own and do not necessarily reflect those of the IPA, there are inaccuracies within the article that we believe should be brought to the attention of members. We would like, therefore in response, to make the following comments (in italics) as set out below.Continue Reading