Introduction

R3 provide a varied array of courses and conferences that are informative whilst providing an opportunity for individuals to network. As the leading provider of education and training for insolvency and business recovery professionals, R3’s national course calendar keeps you up to date on the latest technical and legal requirements. R3 conferences provide topical and timely information - delivering market leading analysis and key reviews of the issues affecting the business recovery and restructuring industries.

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Upcoming events

  1. SPG Forum

    2 November 2017

    Two Day Conference

    The SPG Forum is a well established forum for debate and analysis for the smaller practice community. This popular two day residential conference is designed specifically for smaller practice professionals to keep them fully informed of recent industry developments and provide legal, practical and technical updates. If looking to book a non-residential package please contact courses@r3.org.uk
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  1. Personal Insolvency - London

    7 November 2017

    Full Day Course

    This course aims to provide practical advice relevant to the day to day activities of solicitors and IPs, their managers and administrators with at least six years’ experience. The course will cover key issues and challenges facing IPs in the personal insolvency cases market, focusing on personal experience of resolving issues that arise. We will offer practical insight and technical updates on a range of every day challenges faced by office holders in personal insolvency cases.
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  1. Practical Introduction to Insolvency Work: Liquidations II

    9 November 2017

    Introductory Course

    This intro series consists of five one day seminars to provide a broad groundwork in the principles of insolvency. Delegates can chose to attend single days or the whole series. Book all five courses and only pay for four. The series will focus on the key practical aspects of day-to-day case work, and are an absolute must for junior administrators with 0 - 3 years’ experience and other industry professionals including solicitors. Days three & four will cover aspects of liquidations in detail.
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  1. Pensions Restructuring – Trends and Market Update - London

    15 November 2017

    Breakfast Meeting

    This breakfast briefing will include a short overview of the pensions restructuring market and explore the question: are we facing a systemic issue or a storm in a tea cup? A discussion on recent and topical cases followed by a consideration of some of the pitfalls and challenges inherent in the current system for restructuring stressed schemes or employers, plus some of the potential solutions and recent green paper suggestions.
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  1. Construction Sector – The pressure is building - Manchester

    16 November 2017

    Breakfast Meeting

    The UK construction sector is often a bell-weather for the fortunes of the wider economy and there are growing signs of financial distress. Led by restructuring professionals with considerable experience of the sector, our briefing will focus on understanding the sector pressures and getting the most out of the payment cycle. Join our speakers from Moore Stephens and Pinsent Masons for an essential and informative update on the Construction sector in London or Manchester.
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  1. Insolvency Litigation: How to improve your prospects and manage your risks - Leeds

    21 November 2017

    Full Day Course

    We will hear from members of the judiciary, lawyers and insolvency practitioners with experience of insolvency litigation. Emphasis will be on practical points for IPs and their advisers when seeking to maximise recoveries, including investigation powers, techniques and funding options. Two sessions will focus on stakeholder challenges against officeholders. Anyone looking for up-to-date legal insight and practical tips on insolvency litigation is recommended to attend this course.
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  1. Technical Update – the 2016 Rules and R3’s work with HMRC - Leeds

    22 November 2017

    Breakfast Meeting

    "What we have learned so far and what to look out for" In this practical and informative briefing, R3's Technical Director Caroline Sumner will provide an update on the Insolvency Rules 2016 since their introduction. She will cover areas where IPs are struggling to put the Rules into practice where greater clarity would be helpful. She will also provide some insight into other areas of new legislation and how they will affect IPs in practice including GDPR, money laundering, e-filing and tax.
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  1. Maximising Returns: Insurance Recoveries in Insolvency

    22 November 2017

    Breakfast Meeting

    In this informative and practical breakfast briefing K&L Gates Partner Sarah Turpin will discuss how you, as an insolvency practitioner, can maximise insurance recoveries in an insolvency procedure. She will cover a number of key subjects including: Insurance contracts as a corporate asset, the different type of claims that can be made, the impact of third party rights against insurers act and D&O claims.
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  1. Complex Restructuring - London

    28 November 2017

    Full Day Course

    This course aims to build on the R3 ‘Restructuring Day’ course and previous iterations of the 'Advanced Restructuring' course, focussing on some of the more complex issues that are associated with larger and cross border restructurings and insolvencies. The course will include a discussion of the latest market developments and innovations. The sessions will cover a wide range of technical and commercial issues, overlaid with case studies and real-life examples to bring the subjects to life.
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  1. Technical Update – the 2016 Rules and R3’s work with HMRC - Bristol

    29 November 2017

    Lunchtime briefing

    "What we have learned so far and what to look out for" In this practical and informative lunch briefing, R3's Technical Director Caroline Sumner will provide an update on the Insolvency Rules 2016. She will cover areas where IPs are struggling to put the Rules into practice where greater clarity would be helpful. She will also provide some insight into other areas of new legislation and how they will affect IPs in practice including GDPR, money laundering, e-filing and tax.
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  1. Practical Introduction to Insolvency Work: Tax Compliance and Planning, TUPE & Employee/ RPO Claims

    30 November 2017

    Introductory Course

    This intro series consists of five one day seminars to provide a broad groundwork in the principles of insolvency. Delegates can chose to attend single days or the whole series. Book all five courses and only pay for four. The series will focus on the key practical aspects of day-to-day case work, and are an absolute must for junior administrators with 0 - 3 years’ experience and other industry professionals including solicitors. Day five will deal with the technical & challenging topics of tax.
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  1. Technical Update – the 2016 Rules and R3’s work with HMRC - Birmingham

    4 December 2017

    Breakfast Meeting

    "What we have learned so far and what to look out for" In this practical and informative briefing, R3's Technical Director Caroline Sumner will provide an update on the Insolvency Rules 2016 since their introduction. She will cover areas where IPs are struggling to put the Rules into practice where greater clarity would be helpful. She will also provide some insight into other areas of new legislation and how they will affect IPs in practice including GDPR, money laundering, e-filing and tax.
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  1. Technical Update – the 2016 Rules and R3’s work with HMRC - London

    5 December 2017

    Breakfast Meeting

    "What we have learned so far and what to look out for" In this practical and informative briefing, R3's Technical Director Caroline Sumner will provide an update on the Insolvency Rules 2016 since their introduction. She will cover areas where IPs are struggling to put the Rules into practice where greater clarity would be helpful. She will also provide some insight into other areas of new legislation and how they will affect IPs in practice including GDPR, money laundering, e-filing and tax.
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  1. Personal Insolvency - Manchester

    16 January 2018

    Full Day Course

    This course will cover key issues and challenges facing IPs in the personal insolvency cases market, focusing on practical advice and personal experience of resolving issues that arise. We will offer practical insight and technical updates on a range of every day challenges faced by office holders in personal insolvency cases. The day will consist of a mixture of case studies and presentations from experienced personal insolvency specialists to encourage participation and discussion from all.
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