Corporate Insolvency Administrator
INSOLVENCY JOBS LONDON - CORPORATE RECOVERY JOBS LONDON - CORPORATE INSOLVENCY JOBS LONDON - LONDON CITY JOB
Your new company
An award winning National Accounting firm is looking to offer an insolvency professional with experience in corporate insolvency case work the opportunity to join the London team. The London operation of this professional practice has vastly experienced insolvency practitioners and staff and is often instructed on high profile insolvency cases. The practice offers its staff interesting and varied work to get their teeth stuck which will be almost entirely corporate insolvency cases including trading and non-trading Administrations, Creditors Voluntary Liquidations and Compulsory Liquidations with active involvement in investigation work with accountants and solicitors. The firm is committed to investing in its staff and will provide a comprehensive study support package for both Accountancy and Insolvency qualifications including ACCA, CPI & ICAEW Certificate in Insolvency and the JIEB.
Your new role
As a Corporate Insolvency Administrator you will be assigned a portfolio of around 40 cases which you will be required to assist on, reporting to a Senior Administrator, Assistant Manager or to the Directors or Partners. Cases will include trading and non-trading Administrations; Creditors' Voluntary Liquidations, Members Voluntary Liquidations and Compulsory Liquidations. Your role will include case take on procedures including AML and KYC checks; case set up on IPS software; compiling notifications and reports to creditors; interrogating financial data; investigating directors conduct and reporting to government bodies; realising assets and distributing proceeds to creditors; reporting to stakeholders including banks and dealing with tax and HMRC enquiries, closure matters and other tasks as required.
What you'll need to succeed
You will have full eligibility to work in the UK without restriction and previous experience in corporate insolvency administration is essential. As a guide you will have a minimum of 18 months to 2 years' experience already. Those that have not had exposure to certain case types may be considered and will be given training accordingly. It would be advantageous to have previous experience of using IPS software and a paperless document management system. You may be studying towards an accounting or an insolvency qualification such as ACCA or CPI. You will have a good attitude and will be committed to your work and progression within your role. You will have excellent communication skills both orally and written with a keen eye for detail. You will be organised and prepared.
What you'll get in return
This is a rare opportunity which is created by growth and not attrition of staff. You will be joining an established, top UK accounting firm in the heart of the City.
On offer is a genuine good work life balance and the practice is a recognised and accredited investor in people and has recently introduced a new programme for succession planning and supportive management structure to aid career progression and help employees realise their full potential.
You will receive 33 days annual holiday allowance (inclusive of public holidays, plus the opportunity to buy or sell up to 5 days extra per year). You will receive a competitive salary, bonuses and your hard work will be recognised with awards. The company also offers a referral scheme, paying up to £4000 for a successful referral.
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