Grant Thornton Ireland

Restructuring Manager

Location
Dublin
Salary
Unspecified
Posted
31 Jul 2019
Closes
23 Aug 2019
Ref
JR1688
Approved employers
Approved employer
Contract type
Permanent
Hours
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.

For further information, and to apply, please visit our website via the “Apply” button below.

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