Tuesday, 20th February 2018
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Key Statistics for Quarter 2 2017

1,259 new applications in Quarter 2

26% increase in the number of Protective Certificates issued (the first stage in the process)

22% increase in approved Arrangements (the final stage in the process)

Commenting on the publication, Mr. Lorcan O’Connor, Director of the ISI, said:

“Each quarter, ISI statistics show that our solutions are getting more and more people back on track financially. While it is understandable that the effects of debt on mental health can prevent people seeking the help they need, my message to anyone still experiencing unmanageable debt is to consult with one of our regulated professional advisors. Those with mortgage arrears can also avail of a free consultation with a Personal Insolvency Practitioner under the Abhaile service.”

Further information is available on http://www.backontrack.ie or by calling 076 106 4200. People can also freetext GETHELP to 50015 for a call back from the ISI.

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