Complain About an Insolvency Practitioner

Use the online form to complain about an insolvency practitioner if you are not happy with their service. 
An insolvency practitioner can also be called a: 
  • trustee in personal bankruptcy cases 
  • supervisor in a Company Voluntary Arrangement or Individual Voluntary Arrangement 
  • liquidator if a company is being wound up and its assets sold off 
  • receiver, administrator or administrative receiver 

Before You Start 

Try to resolve your complaint with the insolvency practitioner first. 
If your complaint has already been reviewed by the authorising body you should only use this form to send new information. 

Help with the Form 

Insolvency Enquiry Line 
Monday to Thursday: 9am to 5pm 
Friday: 9am to 1pm 
Further information on Complaining about an Insolvency Practitioner on GOV.UK's website.