Keep all stakeholders up to date with the latest information

The Creditor Portal is a secure hub enabling registered IPS users to publish case information that can be accessed by estate stakeholders, including creditors, employees, lenders and government departments.

Creditors require a great number of documents throughout the life of a case. By moving your documents to the portal you can ensure creditors are notified quickly and easily when information is available for download. This provides instant cost savings, obvious time efficiencies as well as an audit-friendly trail.

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Key benefits of Creditor Portal

The Insolvency Rules 2016 changed the process for decision making with physical creditor meetings being replaced by decision procedures such as simple voting and virtual meetings. Here’s how the Creditor Portal can help your business make sense of the changes.

  • Engagement

    Engage stakeholders quickly and easily in the insolvency process

  • Claims

    When creditors upload a claim your team are instantly notified and can upload this data to IPS

  • Avoid duplication

    Claim data is only entered once to ensure there is no duplication of information or effort

  • Add value to your brand

    Brand the Portal with your business logo

  • Voting Decisions

    Allow creditors to vote on decisions and submit claims online. If you hold a virtual meeting the Portal allows creditors to vote on resolutions being decided at the meeting

  • Streamlined end to end process

    Creditors can conduct various activities without interacting with your firm, reducing the volume of communications received and manual processing

  • Evidence

    Make claims tracking easy by attaching supporting evidence. A valuable feature when new team members are required to pick up a case

  • Approval of information

    Have full control over what information is updated within IPS with the ability to accept or reject changes made by creditors and debtors

Open cases published
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Creditor Claims