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Post by Lee-2019-2024 » Thu Feb 18, 2021 12:16 pm
First it was : swift insolvency.
Second : Aperture
Third : Jarvis

I believe it’s still Jarvis but I have been notified yesterday that it’s now called “Debt Movement”

Why so many changes, I’m only 2 years in this month by the time I get to my 5th year it would have gone threw 20 company’s 🤣🤣


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Post by Foggy » Thu Feb 18, 2021 1:21 pm
Smaller firms are constantly being 'eaten up' by the big boys, due, in part, to smaller profit margins per case, for individual service. The IVA factories automate everything and treat everybody the same "one size fits all" --- I think of them as the IVA Ryanair or Easyjet (great until something out of the ordinary happens, or you want half decent, old fashioned, service).

Eventually the industry will be run by a few factories who, in return for higher fees being agreed to, will bow to the creditors interests rather than the debtors and the IVA industry will be 'sown up like a kipper' (what does that even mean ??).
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Post by WallE » Thu Feb 18, 2021 10:27 pm
The name change to Debt Movement is a rebrand rather than a change of ownership, as such.

From their website it seems to be a genuine attempt to refocus on doing the right thing by the client.

Should be interesting to see what happens.
Hi! I used to work for one of the UK's biggest Insolvency Practitioners - I don't work for an IP anymore but still have an extensive knowledge of the IVA industry. How can I help?
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