Would you like to own a share of a successful insolvency practice? Well if you can answer "yes" to the following questions you'll be well on your way to joining our client and working with them to build a successful business recovery and insolvency practice
Q1 - Are you recently JIEB qualified and looking for your first appointment taking role or in the short term an established IP approaching retirement?
Q2 - Do you have excellent technical skills?
Q3 - Would you like to run an insolvency practice?
Q4 - Do you have ambitions of building a referral base, but haven't been given the chance yet?
Our client is looking to recruit an Insolvency Practitioner to assist running and growing a recently established business recovery and insolvency practice based in the North West of England. Whilst our client's office is based in Manchester, some remote working will be possible, although this may reduce in time as the business grows. However, initially our client is flexible as to the location of the successful candidate.
Whilst the role is likely to suit a first time appointment taker, in the short term our client is also be happy to consider applications from established IPs who maybe getting towards the end of their careers.
Our client is a recently formed business advisory and insolvency practice that seeks to develop a prescence in the North of England. The business has being set up by an established insolvency work winner and now wishes to appoint an in-house Insolvency Practitioner. Our client currently mainly deals with CVLs which average 3 appointments per month, but is looking to grow this over the next few years.
- Take responsibilty for new corporate insolvency assignments
- Help establish the new practice, setting up systems and in time recruiting and managing a small team
- To ensure the profitability of the practice
- Undertake all the usual functions of an IP managing cases, staff and improving profitability
- Over time to start to win work and help develop the business
Experience and Skills
- JIEB qualified
- Corporate Insolvency background
- Minimum of 7 years insolvency experience
- Excellent technical skills
- Understanding of and manages risk within potential and current cases
- Highly professional and respected
- Confident enough to manage a new office
- CPD up to date
A salary package between £60,000 and £75,000 plus bonus and in due course an equity stake to reward performance is negotiable for this role subject to experience and qualifications. The role would ideally suit a first time appointment taker or possibly an established IP working towards retirement
- Business Advisory
- Corporate Recovery
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