AiB stakeholder events now LIVE

Introduction

Each year, AiB hosts a series of free, one-day events across Scotland to engage with stakeholders from across the debt and insolvency sector. The events include seminars and workshops relevant to the industry with the aim of offering an opportunity for real, meaningful two-way communication with those at the sharp end of the industry. 

When and where?

The AiB Annual Stakeholder Events 2018 are: 

Aberdeen
Frederick Street

11 May 2018 
(10:45 - 15:30)

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Dundee
Endeavour House

16 May 2018
(10:45 - 15:30)
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Edinburgh
ICAS, Haymarket

23 May 2018
(10:30 - 16:00)

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Glasgow
Village Hotel,
Festival Gate

29 May 2018
(10:00 - 15:30)

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What is the aim of these events?

To engage with our stakeholders through workshop sessions, seek your feedback on the work we do and discuss how we can work together better.  

Who are the events aimed at?

Anyone interested or involved in debt or money advice services in Scotland. This is of particular value to professionals in the financial, legal, credit and advice services, sector regulators, debt help charities, local authorities, local government recovery specialists and other social policy makers.

Workshop topics

  • Opening presentation
    Presentation by the Accountant in Bankruptcy and Agency Chief Executive, Richard Dennis

    What’s bugging you? Tell AiB what it can do to make life better for you
    Critical reviews of debt products are set to take place over the coming year which will have a major impact on how advisers and practitioners go about their business. This session will seek to discuss issues, practices and processes that aren’t necessarily part of the legislation, but are nevertheless part and parcel of how we collectively assist our clients. What can we do better? How can we work better together? What changes would you like to see to how we engage with you? Is there any best practice you can share?

  • Building on BADA(S)
    The Bankruptcy and Debt Advice (Scotland) Act has been in place for around three years now. Has it worked? This session will look at the changes made since the Act came into force and what more needs to be done to ensure it is fit for purpose for delivering debt relief and debt management in the 21st century.

  • A new dawn for DAS?
    With changes to the DAS regulations imminent and a new online DAS case management system set to be rolled out in 2019, what can we expect from DAS in the future? Do the changes go far enough? This session will look at the new regulations, allow attendees to see an exclusive first demonstration of the DASH replacement system EDEN and will discuss the potential impact of the proposed UK breathing space initiative on DAS.

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