🚀 Internship

London Insolvency 12 Month Placement Programme (September 2023)

Grant Thornton

3mo ago

🚀 Placement Program

London

Rolling basis

Description

Get to know us, our clients and start learning more about yourself. As a placement student in our Insolvency department, you’ll join us for 12 months for an opportunity to get stuck in with real responsibility, gain an insight into life as a trainee and fast track to a graduate role.

You’ll work as part of a diverse team. The team specialise in large, contentious, multi-jurisdictional insolvencies and asset recoveries as well as insolvency and bankruptcy appointments that have come about through financial loss due to fraud, corruption or economic crime. The Insolvency team returns value to creditors through asset recovery, pursuing compensation and, in many cases, entering into litigation to settle disputes. You'll work with the full spectrum of our clients for example financial institutions, corporates or high net worth individuals within the UK and various global jurisdictions. There’ll be challenges along the way, but you’ll be supported and able to meet each one with a solution. That’s how you excel here.

The constantly evolving landscape calls for an approach that puts what’s right first, so you will need to push ideas harder and ask the difficult questions to give clients the assurance they need to support their ambitions and growth.

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Area of Responsibilities

Banking & Finance

Responsibilities

Our 12-month placement programme is designed so you can experience life working right at the heart of the business. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll experience during your year with us:• Hands on experience in the different aspects of Insolvency with a variety of clients• Responsibility and the opportunity to take ownership for interesting and challenging client work• You'll spend time undertaking investigations around the cases you're supporting and communicating this with key stakeholders including accountants, solicitors etc• You'll also compile reports, undertake analysis of documentation received, prepare strategy notes and risk documentation as well as process payments/billing• Broadly the practice is split into the following areas: Bankruptcies, Corporate Simplification Group, Insolvency and Offshore Financial Centres• On the job learning, alongside structured training• At the end of the programme, you’ll have gained a wide range of skills and experience which will support your learning and development back at university and when you return to the workplace.
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Requirements

We’ve got a flexible approach to academic entry requirements, and we’ll consider these alongside your strengths and motivations. We’re looking for people who want to contribute, spark fresh ideas and go beyond expectations. People who want to be able to proudly do what’s right, for the firm, our clients, our people and themselves.
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