Guide and script for holding standard creditor meetings—the position under the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016
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Guide and script for holding standard creditor meetings—the position under the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016

Introduction

The time is now [insert the exact time] and I am opening the meeting of creditors of [insert name of the company] called as a general meeting of creditors under the Insolvency Act 1986 and the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 (IR 2016), SI 2016/1024 as amended.

I am [insert name], of [insert firm or company name] [insert details of role of the chairperson, eg adviser/[joint] administrator/[provisional] liquidator etc].

The meeting[s] that [is OR are] taking place today [has OR have] been convened by me (or requisitioned by creditors) for the purposes of dealing with the following resolutions:

  1. fixing the basis of the office-holder’s remuneration;

  2. obtaining sanction from the creditors (in the absence of a [creditors’ OR liquidation] committee having been formed previously);

  3. forming a [creditors’ OR liquidation] committee;

  4. accepting proposals;

  5. removing the office-holder [if that is the purpose of the requisitioned meeting];

  6. appointing a new office-holder [to replace the removed office-holder]; and

  7. that the costs of requisitioning a meeting be paid out of the assets of the company.

I have been appointed as chairman of [each of] the meeting[s].

The agenda for today is as follows:

FirstAdministrative matters
SecondOverview of the background to the case and the reasons for the calling of the creditors’ meeting
ThirdExplanation
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