Ranjit, who qualified in 1995, has more than 25 years’ practical business rescue and insolvency experience. Ranjit is committed to getting the best result from assignments and works tirelessly to that end. As a respected insolvency practitioner with a nationwide reputation, Ranjit’s professional approach and fair fee structure were recently held up as “exemplary” by a High Court Judge.
In 2002, Ranjit became the first woman on the Council of the Insolvency Practitioners Association, having previously served for a number of years on several of its professional committees. Stepping down from the Council in 2004 to concentrate on her business, she remains an active member of the insolvency profession promoting better practice and quality of service.