Review of the Role of the Official Receiver's Office
Review of the Role of the
Official Receiver's Office
This consultation paper invites comments from the
public on the outcome of a consultancy study on the
role of the Official Receiver's Office in insolvency
The Financial Services Branch, Financial Services and
the Treasury Bureau has commissioned the study with
a view to reviewing the existing role of the Official
Receiver's Office in the provision of insolvency administration
services and identifying what future role it should
play, and what changes need to be made to its present
modus operandi against the future role.
This paper sets out the findings and recommendations
of the consultants. We would be grateful for comments
from the public on them. Comments should be sent no
later than 31 August 2002 to:
Financial Services Branch,
Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau
18th Floor, Tower 1, Admiralty Centre,
18 Harcourt Road
or faxed to 2528 3345, or emailed to email@example.com.
Requests to treat all or part of a response in confidence
will be respected. Should no such request be made, the
Financial Services Bureau will assume that the response
is not intended to be kept confidential.
The views expressed in the consultation paper are those
of the consultants. The Financial Services Bureau has
not taken a position on any of the consultants' conclusions
and recommendations and will not do so before assessing
the public's views on the paper.
Click here to download the consultation paper.
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Panel on Financial Affair's paper on Consultancy Study on
the Review of the Role of the Official Receiver's Office.