Analyst, RestructuringJob ID 21009322 Dublin, Ireland Apply now
In a world of disruption and increasingly complex business challenges, our professionals bring truth into focus with the Kroll Lens. Our sharp analytical skills, paired with the latest technology, allow us to give our clients clarity—not just answers—in all areas of business.
Our professionals balance analytical skills, deep market insight and independence to deliver solid, defensible analysis and practical advice to our clients. As an organization, we think globally. We create transparency in an opaque world, and we encourage our people to do the same. That means when you take your place on our team, you’ll discover a supportive and collaborative work environment that empowers you to excel. If you’re ready to share your perspective with the world, then you can make a real impact here. This is the Kroll difference.
Kroll Restructuring & Advisory practice serves as a financial advisor to companies, financial sponsors, lenders, creditors and other interested parties in distressed situations across virtually every industry and every situation.
At Kroll, your work will help protect, restore and maximize value for our clients. Join us and together we’ll maximize the value of your career.
- Responsible for day to day management of a portfolio of assignments - facility set up and maintenance on internal system, asset overview and management, validation and reporting for each assigned portfolio.
- Provide support and assistance to the senior members of the team.
- Responsibility for preparation and management of financial data including bank reconciliations, cash flows, budgets, forecasts and estimated outcome statements to ensure key issues are identified and escalated where appropriate.
- Ensure implementation of internal controls to effectively manage assets and associated risks to maximise the realisations for our clients.
- Assist in ensuring that a comprehensive, up to date file on the assignment and assets is maintained.
- Assist in developing strategic solutions to complex structures and issues to maximise the asset realisations for creditors.
- Manage pre-market activities and enquiries to achieve minimal delays in getting assets to the market and ensure a timely implementation of asset management strategies.
- Third party relationship management – engagement with various third parties including sales agents, legal advisors, Revenue, property advisors, project managers, potential purchasers, employees, tenants and other professionals to ensure assets are prepared for market and maximum return achieved for our clients.
- Administration of insolvency and restructuring processes across various assignment types – receiverships, insolvent and solvent liquidations, examinerships, debt restructuring includes realisation of assets, attendance at meetings, preparation of notices and correspondence, employee entitlement claims, adjudication of creditor claims and rankings and Revenue filings.
- Draft fee invoices.
- Accompany other team members on visits to client’s premises/offices and liaise with client’s employees, agents and solicitors as necessary.
- Handle and respond, after research and within acceptable timescales, to case related correspondence and telephone calls from stakeholders, clients, creditors and ex-employees.
- Build and maintain relationships with other professionals.
- Adhere to Kroll’s systems, policy requirements and relevant Health & Safety policy.
- Pursue personal development of skills and knowledge necessary for the effective performance of both Kroll and job holder.
- Diploma/bachelor/master with excellence in Finance, Accounting or Economics.
- Excellent client service focus and an ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Excellent English (written and spoken) and you are familiar with MS-Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint).
- Good interpersonal skills with an ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
- Practical experience with reconciliations, validation, and reporting.
- Flexible and adaptable to learning and taking on new tasks and responsibilities in a fast paced environment.
- Strong analytical, organisational and time management skills with the ability to meet and manage strict deadlines.
- Experience of and ability to read and effectively interpret legal documentation a plus.
- Good judgement and decision making skills.
- Strong attention to detail.
- Problem solving.
- Exhibit a high degree of reliability and flexibility and a positive attitude.
In order to be considered for a position at Kroll, you must formally apply via https://careers.kroll.com/
Kroll is committed to equal opportunity and diversity, and recruits people based on merit.