What is a Personal insolvency Practitioner?
A Personal Insolvency Practitioner (PIP) is a person authorised by the Insolvency Service of Ireland, under Part 5 of the Personal Insolvency Act 2012, to act as a Personal Insolvency Practitioner.
A Personal Insolvency Practitioner liaises between the debtor and their creditors in relation to a Personal Insolvency Arrangement or Debt Settlement Arrangement.
A list of Personal Insolvency Practitioners is available here. Personal Insolvency Practitioners are obliged to comply, on an ongoing basis, with the Personal Insolvency Act and associated regulations and to demonstrate this to the satisfaction of the ISI.
The ISI can use any of the following regulatory tools to monitor a Practitioner's compliance: on site inspections, analysis and assessment of returns and information, desk-based reviews.
PIP contact with the ISI
Contact 076 106 4200 if you are a Personal Insolvency Practitioner and would like to speak with someone in relation to a case you have submitted.