Senior Insolvency Administrator

  • Job Reference: JH / Insolvency
  • Date Posted: 1 August 2018
  • Recruiter: Love Success plc
  • Location: West End, London
  • Salary: £35,000 to £40,000
  • Sector: Accounts
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Our client, a boutique specialist Insolvency Practice in the West End, are seeking a Senior Insolvency Administrator. The ideal candidate for this role must have 3-4 years' insolvency administration experience,  as this role will see you effectively assisting Managers / Senior Managers with case progression, case reviews, and all matters in respect of each assignment from cradle to grave.

We are looking for candidates with a broad range of experience ideally across CVLs , MVLs, and Administrations, together with some personal insolvency work.

In return, you will be joining a remarkable company, working with an inspiring managing partner with over 30 years'  market experience, with high profile clients and unlimited personal learning / development. The culture is one that value its people. It's friendly, fun, and successful, making it an exciting place to work, with like-minded people.

The role will include:

  • Ensuring that all assets have been realised, creditors' claims recorded and any investigations concluded.
  • Managing and updating IPS case setups, diaries, and creditor/employee claims.
  • Investigating directors' conduct, as well as engaging in further investigative work in order to pursue recoveries for the estate.
  • Drafting progress reports, proposals, and bespoke reports, as required.
  • Producing statements of affairs, receipts, and payment accounts, outcome statements, dividend schedules, etc.
  • Communicating stages of case progression to all interested parties and stakeholders including creditors, employees, directors, shareholders, banks, and HMRC.
  • Supervising junior members of the team.
  • Managing stakeholder enquiries.
  • Preparing and submitting tax returns.
  • Administrative tasks as required.
  • Working with solicitors, agents, and other professionals.
  • Engaging in more complex matters on an ad hoc basis, including reviewing financial and other pertinent information in order prepare reports and summaries for managers and partners.