The following information is designed to draw the attention of interested parties to the information required to be disclosed by the Provision of Services Regulations 2009.
Charles Howard Ranby-Gorwood is licensed to act as Insolvency Practitioner in the United Kingdom by the Insolvency Practitioners Association.
Charles Howard Ranby-Gorwood is a member of the Insolvency Practitioners Association.
Rules Governing Actions
All IPs are bound by the rules of their professional body, including any that relate specifically to insolvency. The rules of the professional body that licences Charles Howard Ranby-Gorwood can be found at https://www.insolvency-practitioners.org.uk/regulation-and-guidance/regulation-and-guidance. In addition, IPs are bound by the Statements of Insolvency Practice (SIPs), details of which can be found at https://www.r3.org.uk/what-we-do/publications/professional/statements-of-insolvency-practice/e-and-w
All IPs are required to comply with the Insolvency Code of Ethics and a copy of the Code for the IPA can be found at http://www.insolvency-practitioners.org.uk/regulation-and-guidance/a-guide-to-the-ipa-ethics-code.
At CRG Insolvency & Financial Recovery we always strive to provide a professional and efficient service. However, we recognise that it is in the nature of insolvency proceedings for disputes to arise from time to time. As such, should you have any comments or complaints regarding the administration of a particular case then in the first instance you should contact the IP acting as office holder.
If you consider that the IP has not dealt with your comments or complaint appropriately you should then put details of your concerns in writing to our complaints officer Sally Cribb at CRG Insolvency & Financial Recovery, Alexandra Dock Business Centre, Fisherman’s Wharf, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire DN31 1UL. This will then formally invoke our complaints procedure and we will endeavour to deal with your complaint under the supervision of a senior partner unconnected with the appointment.
Professional Indemnity Insurance
CRG Insolvency & Financial Recovery’s Professional Indemnity Insurance is provided by Everest Syndicate 2786 at Lloyds, 40 Lime Street, London EC3M 5BS. This professional indemnity insurance provides worldwide coverage, excluding professional business carried out from an office in the United States of America or Canada, and any action for a claim brought in any court in the United States of America or Canada
CRG Insolvency & Financial Recovery is registered for VAT under registration no. 814 3091 55.
Bribery Act 2010
CRG Insolvency & Financial Recovery is committed to applying the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity in its business activities. Every employee and individual acting on CRG Insolvency & Financial Recovery 's behalf is responsible for maintaining our reputation and for conducting company business honestly and professionally.
CRG Insolvency & Financial Recovery take a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption and are committed to acting professionally, fairly and with integrity in all our business dealings and relationships wherever we operate.
CRG Insolvency & Financial Recovery requires all those who are associated with it to observe the highest standards of impartiality, integrity and objectivity.
CRG Insolvency & Financial Recovery prohibits anyone acting on its behalf from:
- bribing another person. A bribe includes the offering, promising or giving of any financial or other type of advantage;
- accepting a bribe. This includes requesting, agreeing to receive or accepting any financial, or another kind of advantage;
- bribing a foreign public official; and
- condoning the offering or acceptance of bribes.
CRG Insolvency & Financial Recovery will:
- void doing business with others who do not accept our values and who may harm our reputation;
- maintain processes, procedures and records that limit the risk of direct or indirect bribery;
- promote awareness of this policy amongst its staff, those acting on its behalf and entities with which it has any commercial dealings;
- investigate all instances of alleged bribery, and will assist the police, and other authorities when appropriate, in any resultant prosecutions. In addition, disciplinary action will be considered against individual members of staff;
- review this policy regularly and update it when necessary.