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The vast majority of insolvency practitioners are regulated by one of seven recognised professional bodies. Any complaint about the conduct of an insolvency practitioner is directed towards and dealt with by the appropriate recognised professional body.
Information regarding the number of complaints received by the recognised professional bodies is contained within the Insolvency Service's Annual Review of Insolvency Practitioner Regulation, which also includes complaints made directly to the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Vince Cable, in relation to the small number of insolvency practitioners authorised directly by him.
The following information is available regarding the number of complaints recorded in the last five years including those relating specifically to administration: