Being an insolvency practitioner requires an ambidextrous mind. As well as being numerically literate and commercially and legally-minded, insolvency practitioners must be personable and diplomatic to negotiate between creditors, directors and employees. It is a demanding but rewarding profession as it affects the financial welfare and lives of all those you deal with.
AABRS is a firm that is constantly evolving. Its smaller size allows for greater levels of responsibility from the outset, as well as the opportunity for ascension to management for anyone who demonstrates appropriate application.
Our study programme will give you both the theoretical background as well as the practical involvement needed to become a qualified, experienced licensed Insolvency Practitioner. We offer graduates the opportunity to study towards ACCA, CPI and JIEB examinations.
If you are a talented graduate, and a fast-learner, who is interested in a career in insolvency, download and fill in our application form, accompanied by your CV, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
We accept applications from graduates with an upper-second class degree or higher.
We offer work experience placements to school leavers and graduates alike. If you would like to test the waters with a career in insolvency, send your CV and a brief note introducing yourself to email@example.com
We advertise vacancies and details on how to apply here in the careers section of our website. We will always consider applications from candidates with an exceptional background even when we are not actively recruiting. Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AABRS is an equal opportunities employer. We do not discriminate against race, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, or religion.
Unfortunately, due to the large volume of applications we receive, we may be unable to respond personally to every email.
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