Corporate Recovery Manager / Senior Manager

Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
£Highly Competitive
31 Aug 2021
28 Sep 2021
Job Title
Experience Levels
Contract Type
Full Time

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Corporate Recovery Manager or Senior Manager to join the growing team of a leading professional services firm.

Working closely with the lead Partner you will be responsible for managing a varied caseload of Corporate Insolvencies including CVLs, CVAs and Administrations as well as being involved with ad hoc advisory work.

As such proven technical skills and Insolvency experience gained within a highly regarded firm are required in addition to being either CPI / JIEB or ACA / ACCA qualified.

As an integral part of the team, that has ambitious growth plans, you will be given high levels of responsibility and will be encouraged to be actively involved in business development.

The quality of the work and the reputation, infrastructure and resources of the firm are all market leading and if required there will be a clear route through to appointment taking.

The culture and work-life balance are also highly attractive and the role may suit someone currently working in London who is keen to have a more local option.

For a totally confidential discussion about this opportunity please contact me asap.

Ward Simpson specialise in Partner and senior level recruitment within Corporate Recovery, Restructuring and Advisory areas and can give you a complete over view of the current market.

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