Corporate Recovery Senior

Manchester

£30k to £35k

Permanent

Corporate Recovery Senior

Our client, a Top Ten firm of Chartered Accountants and of one of the Northwest’s leading Recovery Businesses is seeking a Corporate Recovery Senior to join their insolvency/recovery department. Working with managers with the aim of progressing cases in a timely and cost efficient manner you will correspond with creditors and other stakeholders, produce draft documents and prepare statements of affairs. You will be confident and possess excellent communication skills to enable you to deal with employees and contribute at initial meetings with directors. You will be responsible for managing asset realisations and become involved with practice/client development as well as the supervision and coaching of junior members of staff. Assignments will only include corporate cases e.g. liquidations (MVLs and CVLs), and administrations. Experience in a corporate insolvency environment is essential.





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