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Business Insolvency

  • 14 Dec 2006
  • The Churchill, Hyatt Regency London 30 Portman Square London W1A 4ZX

Business Insolvency: The practitioner's perspective on different types of insolvency and the applicable procedures

David Rubin qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1982, having already developed a keen interest in the field of insolvency. He began the practice of David Rubin & Partners in 1984 and decided to specialise in business recovery and forensic litigation support. Since then, he has concentrated almost exclusively on under-performing businesses.

David’s primary tasks are to ensure that all members of his team demonstrate a high level of professionalism and technical expertise; that all legal and other regulations are complied with; and, of course, a fast response to all client’s needs.

Apart from the administration of the Practice, he is also actively involved in technical issues, case work and litigation support. He very much enjoys the challenge of the forensic side of insolvency and his work often involves litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution.

David has long been a keen advocate of “the rescue culture”. He regularly writes and lectures on turnaround issues, as well as being heavily involved in training within the profession. He is a Council Member of the Association of Business Recovery Professionals (R3) and has chaired the Education, Courses and Conferences Committee and the Smaller Practice Issues Committee of the Association. He currently chairs the Smaller Practice Issues Committee of INSOL International (SPIC INSOL).

In his spare time, David’s hobbies include tennis, skiing, restoring classic cars and playing the piano.

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