As an individual can I keep my insolvency
private? An individual can be insolvent and he can deal with that
insolvency through more than one process. One process is called bankruptcy and
another is called an individual voluntary arrangement (IVA. There is a
national publicly available register that records both types insolvency so
the answer is no is not possible to keep an individual’s insolvency entirely
private but having said that other than possibly credit reference agencies and
other people examining one’s credit history, unless people you know the
family and friends are aware that an individual is insolvent then probably
unlikely to search those registers to find out if if I not someone is
insolvent so the answer the question is no it’s not possible to keep it entirely
private but there aren’t many people that search those public register to
find out whether or not a person is insolvent certainly in their normal
social circles.