Grant Thornton Published: June 18, 2020
If you enjoy working on a wide-reaching range of projects that will help businesses and communities flourish, you’ll fit right in. Here are some things you can expect from this Corporate Insolvency Manager role.
- Making quality second nature. This means doing what’s right even when no one’s looking. The work that you will do has a major impact on our clients and our firm. We pride ourselves on the high-level standards we have for the work that we do.
- Own your own work. You’ll be responsible the management and operation of client engagements from commencement to completion. Making quick, clear and unequivocal recommendations to partners about client issues and can generate a range of options and choices and narrow these down appropriately. You’ll be preparing reports and recommendations for lenders and other financial stakeholders including IBRs, STCFF reviews and business diagnostic engagements
- Be a part of a team. The North Restructuring department is a well-established team that operates out of Leeds on a range of assignments. As a Manager, you will be responsible for a range of tasks from identifying and interpreting insolvency procedures to proactively managing a portfolio of case work. You will also take responsibility for compliance, budgets and billing, providing a timely and profitable service in accordance with the highest professional standards and contributing to the continued growth and development of the department.
- Take responsibility. You’ll be undertaking detailed analysis of integrated financial forecasts including profit and loss, balance sheet and cash flow and assisting in the delivery of statutory assignments. You’ll be managing the workflow and development of a small team of trainees and Assistant Managers.
- Build your brand. This is an outstanding opportunity to play an impactful role in a growing and well-respected team.
The minimum criteria
- You will ideally be a qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CTA)
- Experience of working in Restructuring is essential