Senior Insolvency Administrator
A leading regional accountancy practice based in the south of the UK has enlisted our help in identifying an experienced Senior Insolvency Administrator for their corporate case team in Cambridge.
The business recovery department works on an array of corporate and personal insolvency appointments including liquidations, administrations, voluntary arrangements and bankruptcies with some advisory projects such as pension covenant reviews.
This role will be to operate as a Senior Insolvency Administrator managing a formal corporate insolvency caseload from cradle to grave. General responsibilities will include:
- Ensure all statutory, regulatory and internal procedures are met when administering a case portfolio.
- Provide regular progress reports to the manage
- Prepare six-month case reviews
- Realisation of assets
- Drafting documents for statutory processes (progress reports, creditor updates etc)
- Update and maintain IPS / case checklists.
- Handle creditor queries
- Liaise with solicitors, shareholders and all third parties involved on a case.
This is very much a role for someone who understands the process of managing an insolvency appointment through to closure and can take on all case management duties with little supervision. The team are getting busier at this time and you will play a pivotal role in ensuring that the influx in new casework is handled with professionalism, to deadline and in a compliant fashion.
Not only will you be working alongside highly experienced and industry respected insolvency professionals, you will also be able to interact, learn and support staff members working across other service lines across the rest of the practice from corporate finance, tax and audit.
If you have at least 2-3 year's insolvency experience managing corporate cases from cradle to grave and are interested in working for a reputable and well-run regional accountancy practice at a time of growth for the insolvency division then please do send through a CV for consideration today.