Course Details

Corporate Insolvency and Personal insolvency is increasing in Ireland in 2023 and this trend is going to only exacerbate in 2024.  Accountants in practice will be required to assist clients navigate increased insolvencies.  

It is important to help clients through this period whilst establishing a platform for their future. The situation has been created by rising interest rates, cost of living and doing business, global geo pollical events.

After purchasing this course, delegates will be able to confidently help clients navigate through their financial difficulties Helping clients successfully get through this period will aid client retention and loyalty



In this course Tom Murray covers the following topics;


  • The practicing accountants step plan for corporate insolvency
  • SCARP or Examinership - which works best for you.
  • Liquidation from start to finish
  • Corporate Insolvency case law update
  • Advising mortgage prisoners in a time of higher interest rates
  • Latest Personal Insolvency case law

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CPD Course Speaker

Friel Stafford

Tom Murray

Tom qualified as a Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) in 1997 whilst working with Chase Manhattan Bank. Tom has over 20 years experience in accounting and business roles.

He is one of Ireland’s most experienced corporate recovery and turnaround practitioners and was one of the first Personal Insolvency Practitioners licensed in Ireland.

He also is an experienced Corporate Financier with particular interest and expertise in the area of equity and debt fund raising, and the buying and selling of businesses.

He is heavily involved with the ACCA accountancy body and is a past President of ACCA Ireland. He represented ACCA Ireland at the ACCA International Assembly in 2011. He was nominated in January 2021 by ACCA to represent it on the the CCABI insolvency Committee.

He is authorised to act as a Personal Insolvency Practitioner by the Insolvency Service of Ireland.