Eileen Margaret Maclean

Eileen Maclean is a licensed insolvency practitioner with nearly 30 years' experience of all aspects of personal and corporate insolvency in Scotland. Nine of those years were spent with EY in Edinburgh, where she passed her Joint Insolvency Exam, and commenced her MBA. Spotting an opportunity in the market, Eileen has been providing bespoke support services to the insolvency profession since 1999, including outsourcing and technical support, compliance reviews and extensive training programmes. She is recognised as the foremost trainer of Scottish insolvency throughout the UK, and for her thought leadership across the profession. Eileen specialises in complex issues and dispute resolution, where she combines detailed knowledge of the law with a pragmatic approach to get proven results for clients. She excels in compliance and practical advice and in the words of a peer, 'what she doesn't know about insolvency isn't worth knowing. Eileen represented Scotland on R3's National Council for six years. She continues to provide valuable input into government consultations and SIPs as an active member of the R3 Scottish Technical Committee. She represents the IPA on the PTD Standing Committee, R3 on the Bankruptcy Stakeholder Group and is a member of the AiB's Policy and Cases Committee.

Practice areas

Membership

  • Insolvency Practitioners Association since 1996
  • Association of Business Recovery Professionals (R3) since 1996

Panel

  • Scottish Panel

Education

  • MA (Hons) English Literature, University of Aberdeen 1987
  • Joint Insolvency Exam 1995
  • MBA, Open University 2001

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