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Insolvency Associate (Great Benefits + Career Progression)

Job Description

Insolvency Associate
VANRATH are pleased to have partnered exclusively with a market leading specialist, as they begin to expand their team across the UK and Ireland. With experience in both personal and corporate insolvency, our client is well used to contentious situations and has an unstinting focus on assisting their clients in order to recover assets.


The Benefits
Our client has a generous package on offer to ensure they attract the best talent, in an incredibly competitive market…

  • Annual leave 25 days (in addition to Public/Bank Holidays)
  • Birthday as an additional leave day
  • Private medical insurance
  • Life Assurance (4x salary)
  • Group Income Protection
  • Holiday buy /sell
  • Workplace pension scheme
  • Discretionary bonus scheme
  • Eye test reimbursement
  • Health assessments
  • Discounted gym membership
  • Dental Insurance
  • Critical Illness Insurance

The Client
Our client can offer an amazing opportunity. With a highly experienced team to support your career progression and assisting with incredibly high-profile clients, you will gain excellent experience with a renowned organisation.
The Role
As an Insolvency Associate, you will be required to build a rapport with clients and act as a trusted advisor. You will be responsible for analysis, key projections, forecasting to ensure key stakeholders are kept informed and up to date. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:

  • Be responsible for detailed analysis and forecasting
  • Presenting data and analysis to key stakeholders
  • Support case managers on a case-by-case basis to ensure accurate reporting and liaise with creditors and stakeholders

The Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will have an excellent eye for detail and have a keen interest in building client relations and want to grow career in insolvency. The successful Insolvency Associate will have an analytical mindset and have excellent written and verbal communication skills too. The ideal candidate will meet the following criteria:

  • Ideally a 2.1 or above in an undergraduate degree
  • Demonstrable experience in insolvency, corporate finance or tax with a demonstrable interest in pursuing a career in insolvency
  • Excellent critical and analytical thinking skills
  • A qualified by experience accountant or part-qualified (ACA,CIMA,ACCA)


For further information on this role, or any other jobs in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please contact Hannah MacLaren in the strictest confidence or apply via the link on this page