Estate Manager, Corporate Insolvency
Who we are
You know those big cities that still feel like small towns? Where everyone's friendly and helps each other out? That's like Grant Thornton. Except here we're all professionals and there isn't a mayor or a general store. What we're trying to say is that we're a very different kind of professional services firm where culture is at the heart of who we are and what we do. We employ about 2000 people across Canada, and we truly care about helping our clients, colleagues, and communities thrive. That's what's most important to us. We're building a special organization that's purpose driven and as we grow we always want to remember what your favourite milkshake flavour is (ours is grape, just so you know).
A career in Insolvency with Grant Thornton will provide you with the opportunity to:
- Learn all aspects of corporate restructuring and insolvency with the ultimate goal of obtaining your designation as a Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (CIRP) and your designation as a Licensed Insolvency Trustee
- Be part of a unique work culture that challenges you to further your professional development and enlarge your chosen career path
- Be part of a fast growing environment with well-respected professionals who are locally renowned in their respective field
As an Estate Manager in Insolvency your responsibilities will include:
- Managing a portfolio of corporate restructuring files, and in so doing, provide effective management of professional, technical, and administrative staff
- Assessing the viability of diverse business entities in a variety of industries
- Providing oversight and control of business operations and asset sales
- Assessing a variety of complex business issues and formulating recommendations to various stakeholders
- Interacting with legal counsel in dealing with the legal elements of each mandate
- Ability to effectively communicate and negotiate with a number of stakeholders with diverse interests
- Building relationships with other corporate restructuring professionals including lawyers and representatives of lending institutions, and assist in generating new corporate restructuring mandates by taking an active role in industry organizations, events and firm marketing initiatives
Be Grant Thornton
If you're a bit like us, you're driven to connect with how others are feeling and thinking. Here we walk in others shoes before taking action. Just imagine being part of a team that puts we before me, where flexibility is a mindset, and where you trust your colleagues have your back. At Grant Thornton, you'll work with inspiring leaders who support your development, both personally and professionally. This is a place where your insatiable curiosity enables you to think, see and hear from a variety of perspectives, a place where every day is different and having the courage to grow is part of who you are. And when all this comes together, well that's when the magic happens.
Think you've got what it takes to be an Estate Manager, Insolvency? Like the colour purple? Great. Here's a few more boxes we're also hoping you can tick:
- Recently qualified CPA
- Independent, intuitive thinker with the ability to apply accounting skills and business acumen in a variety of unique challenging, one-off, real time assignments
- Willingness to enroll or currently enrolled as a candidate to become a Licensed Insolvency Trustee
- Knowledge or experience with corporate insolvency assignments is of benefit
- Strong client development skills and enjoys the social aspects of marketing to key targets
- Effective communication skills, both verbally as well as written
- Strong decision making skills
- Bilingualism (French and English) would be considered an asset
At Grant Thornton we're focused on making a difference in the lives of our clients, our colleagues and our communities. That's our purpose. Or, as we like to say, living our purple.
Are you ready to Discover Your Purple?
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