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Associate, Corporate Insolvency (Glasgow or Edinburgh)

Employer
Interpath Advisory
Location
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
May 31, 2024

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Job Function
Other
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Education
Bachelors
We are seeking an individual with an interest in business who wishes to develop a career in Restructuring; who has the ability and willingness to learn quickly and to operate as part of a team.

As an Associate, in a team focussing solely on formal corporate insolvencies, you will be responsible for a portfolio of cases - dealing, predominantly, with statutory and technical aspects of the insolvency process, but also assisting with commercial matters, such as realising assets.

This is a client-facing role, in a lively, stimulating and busy environment - working to deadlines and requiring an ability to think practically and problem solve.

You will report to the managers responsible for each insolvency to which you are allocated.

The role can be based in our Glasgow or Edinburgh office albeit the nature of the work is likely to necessitate some multi-office and on-site working across Scotland therefore the individual will require to be flexible. A mixture of working from home and from Interpath offices/client sites is available.

Key Accountabilities:

Insolvency remits:
  • Working alongside Case Managers to provide support on corporate insolvency engagements - from pre-appointment planning to completion of all live" case matters.
  • Ownership of a portfolio of cases, with responsibility for: statutory compliance; case progression in conjunction with Case Managers; and, responding promptly and effectively to case correspondence and queries.
  • Working with clients and colleagues to identify, ingather and safeguard assets - and, thereafter, assisting in executing realisation strategies in order to maximise realisable value.
  • Undertake appropriate investigations to ascertain the reasons for insolvency and preparing the relevant reports.
  • Produce correspondence (letters and emails); reports; forms and notices; minutes; file notes; and schedules and analysis of a consistently high standard and in accordance with statutory deadlines.
  • Interacting closely with colleagues - including Engagement Leaders - together with third-party stakeholders (including directors, employees and creditors) and appointed agents.
  • Attending to any other administrative tasks required by the role.
Business development:
  • Opportunity for participating in business development events to support the wider team and help grow the business.
  • Be supported in developing an internal and external network of contacts.
Personal development:
  • You will participate in your own personal development through working with some of the country's most high-profile businesses alongside our highly experienced team.
  • Being part of a growing business, giving you the opportunity to grow in role and, work on a range of projects to broaden experience
  • Informal and formal training is also available.
Requirements
  • Four Highers (or the equivalent) - B Grades or above, including Maths and English
  • Flexibility to tailor the role to school leavers or university graduates
  • We are seeking an individual with an interest in business who wishes to develop a career in Restructuring; who has the ability and willingness to learn quickly and to operate as part of a team.
  • Technical skills in: Outlook; Word and Excel (a good working knowledge of all applications); and a high standard of written work - particularly email and letter writing.
Benefits
  • Annual leave 26 days (in addition to Public/Bank Holidays)
  • Private medical insurance
  • Life Assurance (4x salary)
  • Group Income Protection
  • Holiday buy / sell (up to 10 days via salary sacrifice)
  • Workplace pension scheme
  • Discretionary bonus scheme
  • Discounted gym membership
  • Dental Insurance (optional, BUPA)
  • Critical Illness Insurance (optional)

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