Facilities & Services
After a company is declared bankrupt, the Insolvency Service Investigates the reasons as to why a company went bankrupt. It acts as a trustee if no practitioner is appointed and probes to check wether a director has misconducted or not. It also gives banking and investment services for bankruptcy and liquidation estate funds. If an employer goes insolvent then it also helps the employees getting redundancy payments.
The operating hours of the Insolvency Service start early in the morning at 8:00 and the rapping up time for the office is 17:00. The working days are from Monday to Friday.
How to contact
You can either fill out and submit an enquiry form by clicking here or by contacting at the below mentioned telephone number and email address.
Contact: +44 845 602 9848
21 Bloomsbury Street, London, WC1B 3QW, United Kingdom
How to Get to The Insolvency Service
The nearest tube station to reach the destination in Bloomsbury Street is Tottenham which is at 0.3 mile distance. From the Tottenham Cort road move east on New Oxford St/A40 toward Bainbridge St and then turn left onto Bloomsbury St/A400. The Insolvency service office will be on the left. To view a detailed route map click walking directions.
The bus stop of Great Russell Street (Stop R) is right acroos the street. You can reach the bus stop by any of the buses numbered 10, 14, 24, 29, 73, 134, 390, N5, N20, N29, N73, N253 and N279.