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ISI set to miss June deadline

The Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) is likely to miss its June deadline for accepting applications for distressed borrowers looking to discharge or restructure their debts.

15th June, 2013

The Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) is likely to miss its June deadline for accepting applications for distressed borrowers looking to discharge or restructure their debts under one of the new personal insolvency options.

The new agency, which had originally intended to have all systems in place to start fully functioning by the end of the month, has not yet authorised any personal insolvency practitioners (PIPs) or finalised the regulations the service will operate under,...

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