What is PIPx?
PIPx is a complete case management and business support service for Personal Insolvency Practitioners. A white-label solution, branded and customisable to the PIP's specification, it is built from the ground up to meet the requirements of the Insolvency Act 2012. PIPx integrates the needs of PIPs, debtors, creditors, the Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) and the Courts.
• Optimise resources
• Save time & money
• Reduce scheme failures
insolvency resolution service.
Contact us in confidence to arrange an appointment where your personal financial circumstances will be assessed to see if your debt situation is suitable for relief under a government sponsored scheme.
News And EventsPersonal Insolvency News and updates
Nurses and teachers increasingly taking breaks in UK to go bankrupt
NURSES and teachers are taking sabbaticals from their public service jobs to go bankrupt in the UK, the Sunday Independent has learned.Irish Independent - 03rd January 2014
James Treacy: It's time to accept that for many, their financial situation is hopeless
Back in March last year 'StubbsGazette', in association with Red C, conducted the most comprehensive survey to date of the state of personal insolvency in Ireland.26th December 2012
Number of people going bankrupt doubles in just a year
THE number of Irish people adjudicated bankrupts in Ireland and the UK almost doubled this year.
StubbsGazette Personal Insolvency Survey Results
The Personal Insolvency Bill that was published in June of last year and enacted just before Christmas has been held out as the solution to Ireland's chronic levels of personal indebtedness.24th September 2013
Personal Insolvency - only rich need apply?
After several years in the making, the Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) finally opened its doors to process the first applications under the new regime earlier this month.9th September 2013
Informal Sector Should Be Preserved
September 9th marked Day 1 of the new personal insolvency regime. The day was long-awaited by many, but in particular by those who have been in debt-related distress for years.