ACCA to hear case against Mrs Angela Maureen Kelly (Liquidation of Mike Baghdady company Spyglass)

A hearing of ACCA's Disciplinary Committee will take place at 10.00 am on 09-10 June 2015, at ACCA’s head office at 29 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3EE. The hearing is open to any member of the public or the media who wishes to attend. The case to be heard on this day concerns Mrs Angela Maureen Kelly.

The allegations to be considered are:

Allegation 1

(a)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(i), it is alleged that Angela Maureen Kelly is guilty of misconduct in that she has breached the Fundamental Principle of Professional Competence and Due Care by failing to comply with the Insolvency Act 1986 (IA 1986) and Insolvency Rules 1986, namely:

i.Paragraph 49 Schedule B1 IA1986 between 26 February 2013 and 10 May 2013

ii.Paragraph 51 Schedule B1 IA1986 between 26 February 2013 and 10 May 2013

iii.Insolvency Rules 1986, Rule 2.47(3) between 26 February 2013 and 24 April 2014

iv.Insolvency Rules 1986, Rule 2.47(4) between 26 February 2013 and 24 April 2014

Or

(b)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(iii) Angela Maureen Kelly breached the Fundamental Principle of Professional Competence and Due Care by failing to comply with the Insolvency Act 1986 (IA 1986) and Insolvency Rules 1986, namely:  

i.Paragraph 49 Schedule B1 IA1986 between 26 February 2013 and 10 May 2013 

ii.Paragraph 51 Schedule B1 IA1986 between 26 February 2013 and 10 May 2013 

iii.Insolvency Rules 1986, Rule 2.47(3) between 26 February 2013 and 24 April 2014 

iv.Insolvency Rules 1986, Rule 2.47(4) between 26 February 2013 and 24 April 2014 

Allegation 2 

(a)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(i), it is alleged that Angela Maureen Kelly is guilty of misconduct in that she has breached the Fundamental Principle of Professional Competence and Due Care by failing to respond to correspondence from Company A from 25 June 2013 to 03 December 2013.

Or

(b)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(iii) Angela Maureen Kelly breached the Fundamental Principle of Professional Competence and Due Care by failing to respond to correspondence from Company A from 25 June 2013 to 03 December 2013. 

Allegation 3

(a)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(i) Angela Maureen Kelly is guilty of misconduct by reason of her failure to co-operate with the investigating officer during the course of the investigation between 10 April 2014 to 22 May 2014, contrary to Complaints & Disciplinary Regulation 3(5).

Or

(b)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(iii) Angela Maureen Kelly breached Complaints & Disciplinary Regulation 3(5) by failing to co-operate with the investigating officer during the course of the investigation between 10 April 2014 to 22 May 2014. 

Allegation 4

(a)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(i), it is alleged that Angela Maureen Kelly is guilty of misconduct in that she has breached the Fundamental Principle of Professional Competence and Due Care by failing to respond to correspondence from Mr A from 03 February 2014 to 20 May 2014.

Or

(b)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(iii) Angela Maureen Kelly breached Complaints & Disciplinary Regulation 3(5) by failing to co-operate with the investigating officer during the course of the investigation between 10 April 2014 to 22 May 2014. 

Allegation 5

(a)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(i) Angela Maureen Kelly is guilty of misconduct by reason of her failure to co-operate with the investigating officer during the course of the investigation between 10 April 2014 to 26 May 2014, contrary to Complaints & Disciplinary Regulation 3(5).

Or

(b)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(iii) Angela Maureen Kelly breached Complaints & Disciplinary Regulation 3(5) by failing to co-operate with the investigating officer during the course of the investigation between 10 April 2014 to 26 May 2014. 

Allegation 6

(a)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(i), it is alleged that Angela Maureen Kelly is guilty of misconduct in that she has breached the Fundamental Principle of Professional Competence and Due Care by failing to comply with certain provisions of the Insolvency Act 1986 and Insolvency Rules 1986, namely:

i.Section 390(3) Insolvency Act 1986 

ii.Insolvency Practitioners Regulations 2005, Schedule 2, paragraph 2A

Or

(b)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(iii), it is alleged that Angela Maureen Kelly breached the Fundamental Principle of Professional Competence and Due Care by failing to comply with certain provisions of the Insolvency Act 1986 and Insolvency Rules 1986, namely:

i.Section 390(3) Insolvency Act 1986 

ii.Insolvency Practitioners Regulations 2005, Schedule 2, paragraph 2AAllegation 7

(a)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(i) Angela Maureen Kelly is guilty of misconduct by reason of her failure to co-operate with the investigating officer during the course of the investigation between 17 December 2013 to 15 May 2014, contrary to Complaints & Disciplinary Regulation 3(5).

Or

(b)Pursuant to bye-law 8(a)(iii) Angela Maureen Kelly breached Complaints & Disciplinary Regulation 3(5) by failing to co-operate with the investigating officer during the course of the investigation between 17 December 2013 to 15 May 2014. 

The allegations listed above are current at the date of publication.

The case will be heard by a panel of the ACCA’s Disciplinary Committee.

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