Restructuring Case Administrator
We are seeking a client-facing Case Administrator to join the London Corporate Simplification (CS) team.
You will be responsible for overseeing a portfolio of liquidation engagements, working collaboratively with other team members and providing support and assistance to the management group.
All liquidation engagements are different, but typically you will be required to:
• Complete pre-liquidation client and engagement acceptance procedures
• Assist with pre-liquidation due diligence and preparatory steps, which at times will involve working at client sites
• Produce statutory documentation to effect the liquidation/the appointment of liquidators and advise clients on execution
• Complete statutory filing, advertising and notification requirements
• Assist with day-to-day liquidation matters, including:
i) realising assets
ii) seeking out and adjudicating and, where applicable, paying creditor claims
iii) corresponding with shareholders and calculating distributions
iv) obtaining tax clearances from HM Revenue & Customs
• Monitor case progress and meet case compliance requirements.
You will also be required to assist with company research, business development initiatives and other ad hoc tasks.
CS principally delivers Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) engagements for a broad range of clients across all sectors/industries, in the UK and overseas.
We help to eliminate everything from dormant companies to large, recently traded entities, partnerships, PLCs and Investment Trusts, and our engagements range from single companies to multi-entity Legal Entity Rationalisation (LER) projects.
Our engagements invariably include providing pre-elimination advice for directors and shareholders and carrying out due-diligence on target entities.
We also assist clients with capital reduction and strike off engagements, and carry out Creditors Voluntary Liquidations (CVLs).
We are seeking an individual who has:
• Insolvency sector experience (ideally including involvement with MVLs) with the drive to progress and develop a career in CS
• The desire (in due course) to study for professional qualifications relevant to the role
• Experience in using Microsoft Word/Excel/Powerpoint and, ideally, IPS or equivalent software systems
• The ability to produce accurate, clear, structured, well presented and concise written work with good spelling, a sound understanding of grammar and a keen attention to detail
• Good time management and organisational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks with changing priorities/deadlines and remain focussed in the face of challenge
• The ability to communicate clearly/concisely and work as part of a team
• A smart and professional manner
• 3 A levels (C grades or above) with GCSE Maths and English;
• A university degree is preferable, but not essential
• 2 references available on request
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