Register of Insolvencies
The register of insolvencies is a statutory register about the insolvency of individuals and businesses in Scotland.
Debt and Insolvency Services Stakeholder Forum
The Debt and Insolvency Services Stakeholder Forum (DISSF) offers a central, collaborative body of expertise on debt and insolvency matters for Scotland:
To ensure that the needs of our customers and the debt services industry are met with a cohesive and informed response through effective representation
To support Accountant in Bankruptcy in fulfilling its commitment to ensure access to fair and just processes of debt relief and debt management for the people of Scotland
Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB) develops policy, under devolved powers, for personal and corporate insolvency and diligence, as well as having responsibility for the management, support and delivery of debt and insolvency services for Scotland. In fulfilling this role, AiB must ensure that all customer and stakeholder needs are taken into consideration to achieve effective and successful outcomes for those involved.
DISSF represents the Agency's broad stakeholder base from the money advice sector, insolvency, law, finance and banking, Local Authority and sister government departments to ensure we are listening and working with those impacted by the work of AiB.
DISSF follows on from the Implementation - Business User Group (I-BUG); created in response to the implementation challenges of the Bankruptcy and Diligence etc (Scotland) Act 2007. The evolution of I-BUG to DISSF ensures that all stakeholder needs, demands and expectations are considered by AiB across all areas of the Agency's remit.
AiB welcomes the cooperation and insight of our stakeholders in developing and delivering debt management and debt relief solutions for Scotland.