Corporate Case Closure Administrator

KPMG
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  • Contact: Human Resources
  • Reference: 536424000

Job Summary:
KPMG LLP’s Scottish Restructuring team is looking for a case administrator to join their corporate case closure team.

The team of trusted advisors offer a full range of services to stressed and distressed businesses, ranging from formal insolvency through to advising profitable businesses on enhancing value and solving issues.

This role will be mainly office based and will focus primarily on progressing formal insolvency appointments through a statutory process and facilitating distributions to various creditors.

The Team
KPMG LLP's national restructuring practice has c480 staff in 25 offices around the UK.
Around 80 of those work across the three Scottish offices.

We provide a number of service lines including:
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Restructuring advice to companies who are under performing or experiencing liquidity problems;
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Recovery advice and assistance to insolvent companies, their creditors and other stakeholders;
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Turnaround support (such as cash management, cost reduction and working capital improvement);
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Pension advisory;
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Corporate simplification;
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Personal debt solutions

The work extends to the full spectrum of sectors and business sizes from individuals, sole traders and partnerships, to small and medium sized entities through to large multinationals; all typically experiencing some form of stress or distress.

The Responsibilities

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Work as part of the Scottish Restructuring practice supporting senior staff on a range of Insolvency assignments;

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Attend to all matters required to finalise and close formal insolvency cases including:
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adjudicating creditors’ claims;
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preparing reports to creditors’ committees, charge holders and creditors;
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preparing distribution payments;
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preparing for and calling final meetings;
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preparing Statements of Time and Trouble and liaising with Court Reporters; and
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statutory filing and reporting.

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Interact with the appointees, appointers, directors, creditors, employees and other relevant stakeholders;
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Prepare correspondence, including emails, letters and reports, for third parties including directors, creditors and statutory bodies;
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Ensure that all statutory and KPMG best practice requirements are adhered to and compliance deadlines are achieved;
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Perform general engagement administrative tasks (including preparing budgets, raising fee notes, preparation of meeting and file notes); and
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Participate in business development events and proactively develop an internal and external network of contacts and work providers.
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You will be mobile, flexible and willing to work on remits across Scotland.

The Individual
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Be able to demonstrate sound commercial and financial awareness.
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Be able to apply common sense and strategic thinking on all business related issues.
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Have strong analytical and written skills.
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Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, being able to confidently and articulately deal with all parties (operational and financial, and at all levels) in what can be stressed situations.
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Have good time management and organisational skills together with the ability to prioritise tasks effectively and manage multiple assignments simultaneously whilst to ensuring that deadlines are met.
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Be able to produce high quality, detailed and accurate work and reports.
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Be committed, enthusiastic, proactive and conscientious in all aspects of your work.
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Be able to work innovatively and ‘self-start’, either individually or as part of a team.
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Consistently demonstrate a professional manner.
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Be willing to participate in business development.
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Travel out with the Glasgow office as required and occasionally at short notice have a demonstrable interest in insolvency and advisory related matters.
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Have technical Skills as follows:
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Outlook (Basic level)
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A good knowledge of Excel, Word and PowerPoint
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Knowledge of Insolvency Practitioners System (“IPS”) (preferred but not essential)
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A high standard of letter writing

Qualifications:
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Higher (or equivalent) English and Maths
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CPI desirable but not essential.

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