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With effect from 1 January 2005 ACCA can licence all insolvency practitioners within a practice, whether or not they are qualified accountants. This section contains essential information for all existing and prospective ACCA insolvency licence holders.

Information about the eligibility requirements and ongoing conditions for holding an insolvency licence can be found in section 5 of the Practice Information handbook.  A summary of the eligibility requirements can also be accessed via the  'Related links' section of this page.

Practice information (complete book)


General information about ACCA's monitoring requirements can be found in the factsheet 'Monitoring requirements and global quality assurance'.

Monitoring requirements and global quality assurance factsheet


Holders of an insolvency licence must comply with regulation 12 of ACCA's global practising regulations. You can access these regulations from the ACCA Rulebook section of our site by using the 'Related links'.

Last updated: 1 Oct 2014