Corporate Insolvency Administrator

Bolton

£25,000 to £32,000

Insolvency

Corporate Insolvency Administrator

  • Control a portfolio of up to 30 cases including CVA’s. IVA’s, Administrations, CVL’s, MVL’s and bankruptcies. (IVA experience not essential )
  • Implements case strategy and ensures progression of cases.
  • Must have the ability to plan a case from outset to closure.
  • Identifies, controls and realises assets.
  • Manages a portfolio using appropriate forms and prepares and maintains files
  • Uses insolvency software for diary and record book entries and maintains clear and up to date receipts and payments accounts.
  • Complies with statutory procedures throughout the cases and also ensures case files are accurate and up to date and that cases are progressed quickly and efficiently.
  • Be able to look after the case from outset to closure and directly reporting to partners.
  • Duties will include preparation of D returns and investigation reports, drafting statement of affairs and reports, updating IPS and generally attending to compliance, dealing with creditor enquiries, maintaining company records as well as completing VAT and Corporate Tax returns.





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