Finance and accounting

Insolvency and corporate recovery


Corporate recovery and restructuring within public practice

JIEB qualified candidates on a corporate recovery career path are highly prized additions to public practice teams. Junior candidates usually commence their careers as administrators, achieving accounting qualifications and/or the JIEB as they progress to a more senior level. Newly qualified accountants from an accounting or audit background are welcome to make a switch and set out upon a corporate recovery career path.
The range and diversity of investors and the size and complexity of global businesses have conspired to increase demand for restructuring specialists with more than just IBR experience. These specialists understand valuations, can produce complex financial models to map restructuring strategies and have the confidence and composure to pitch them to fund managers.
JIEB qualified candidates that possess these skills will be encouraged to lead large scale, cross-border restructuring, turnaround and financing deals and strategies. Our clients include Big 4, large and mid-tier practices as well as specialist recovery and insolvency boutiques and firms.

Formal insolvency within public practice

Since the Enterprise Act 2002, the UK has seen a significant rise in the number of bankruptcies and IVAs; specialists in practice and in new entrepreneurial businesses have been quick to profit from the booming personal debt management market.
There has been an increase in the number of companies requiring liquidation or administrative receivership; insolvency practitioners as well as professionals with a background in trading administrations are very much in demand.
For the best insolvency jobs and to discuss current opportunities please e-mail Sam Tuckey or call him on 020 7269 2517.