Senior Insolvency Administrator 

Central London

Competitive Salary   

Our client is seeking an experienced Senior Insolvency Administrator to join their experienced insolvency team dealing with corporate insolvency cases and some personal cases at their Central London office. Candidates must be capable of running a variety of corporate and personal insolvency cases.

The Client

Our client is a top 20 firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers providing a full range of accounting and business advisory services to a diverse range of businesses and individuals across the UK and overseas.

The Role  

The main purpose of this role is to take responsibility for a portfolio of more complex insolvency cases both corporate and personal. You will be required to manage your portfolio of cases with minimal supervision and assist more junior members of staff with their work.

Cases include:

  • Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation
  • Members’ Voluntary Liquidation
  • Compulsory Liquidation
  • Bankruptcy
  • Administration (trading and non-trading)
  • Company Voluntary Arrangements and Individual Voluntary Arrangements

Key Responsibilities

    • Managing case delivery including pre-appointment, case progression and closure

    • Ensuring all aspects of casework are completed in a timely manner and to a good standard

    • Ensuring all statutory and other deadlines are met

    • Reporting case progress and recommendations to management

    • Investigations into directors and debtors conduct

    • Dealing with creditor claims

    • Understanding the key commercial aspects of the insolvent cases

    • Liaising with directors and employees both pre and post appointment

    • Liaising with solicitors on specific legal issues arising on cases

    • Reporting case progress, recommendations and areas of risk to management

    • Investigations into directors and debtors conduct including criminal investigations

    • Investigations into directors and debtors conduct

    • Managing asset valuations and realisations

    • Dealing with claims and queries from creditors and declaring dividends

    • Attending meetings with creditors and shareholders and accompanying IP to initial meetings

    • Identifying and managing asset realisations and potential issues to be brought to the Office Holders attention

    • Liaising and corresponding with all stakeholders on cases

    • Managing job WIP, billing and budgets on cases

    • Preparation of all statutory documentation and reports

    • Attending interviews with directors, bankrupts and other relevant parties

    • Assist with the firm’s marketing activities as and when required

    As you progress within the role your duties will become more delegation based, preparing you to move into management.


  • Minimum 3 -4 years insolvency experience in a similar role essential

  • ACA/ACCA or CPI/ICAEW Certificate in Insolvency Qualification essential

  • Studying towards or considering JIEB desirable but not essential

  • Proven ability to work autonomously and as a part of a team

  • Experienced user of Microsoft Office and Outlook and time management system

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills


A competitive salary is negotiable for this role subject to experience and qualifications, with potential for a higher salary for more experienced candidates. 

If you are interested in the above opportunity then please contact us in the strictest confidence quoting the job reference/title