Grant Thornton Ireland

Restructuring Manager

31 Jul 2019
23 Aug 2019
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Full time

We are looking for a Restructuring Manager to join our Advisory Department. As a Manager you will be working on a diverse mix of assignments including corporate and personal receiverships, liquidations, administrations and financial advisory projects. The position requires an immediate start. If you are looking to get exposure in a large organisation and work on numerous projects then this role is for you.

Main responsibilities:

  • managing a variety of Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency projects
  • preparing reports for clients, financial institutions and other external/ legal bodies
  • involved in financial analysis and investigations
  • managing a team and working with the client, legal counsel and other professionals as the project demands.
  • day to day asset management of a large portfolio of assets including but not limited to residential and commercial property, land assets and neighbourhood centres;
  • driving the assessment of alternative strategic options and devising effective solutions for portfolios of distressed assets;
  • preparation/drafting of reports for clients and attendance at client meetings;
  • liaise with legal advisors, property advisors, project managers, architects and other professionals;
  • preparation of cash flows, budgets and outcome statements;
  • assist with the realisation of assets and determination of creditor claims and rankings e.g. secured, preferential and unsecured retention of title; and
  • oversee administration of insolvency processes e.g. returns to companies office, notices, meetings, employee claims, VAT and corporation tax.

Skills and attributes:

  • qualified ACA/ACCA;
  • 3-5 years relevant experience in a practice environment;
  • self-confident individual with good communications skills, both written and oral;
  • commercial awareness;
  • Highly motivated and demonstrate a strong enthusiasm to deliver work of exceptional standard
  • identify areas of opportunity to bring further business to the practice
  • possess good working knowledge of Insolvency legislation and legal precedence
  • ability to assimilate facts and make decisions based on same;
  • strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work in a team environment or on their own initiative;
  • excellent organisational and planning capabilities;
  • ability to provide guidance to others; and
  • highly organised with ability to multi-task, work to deadlines and deliver under pressure.

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