Corporate Finance

Restructuring & Insolvency

What We Do

FTI Restructuring & Insolvency offers an unrivalled opportunity to work alongside accomplished professionals, delivering the most complex financial restructuring and insolvency solutions to various stakeholder groups. We’ve worked globally on some of the most high-profile restructurings and insolvency cases. Recent cases include ED&F Man, Prezzo, The Collective, Polarcus, Noble Group, and DeepOcean.

We work with major international financial institutions, private equity houses, global law firms, and corporates, on cases encompassing an extensive range of industries. We work closely with clients to quickly ascertain key issues and implement viable and sustainable restructuring solutions and exit strategies.

We are looking for those committed to delivering great work and striving for excellence in everything they do. As part of our Restructuring & Insolvency team, you’ll have the opportunity to work on a wide variety of fast-paced international restructuring and insolvency assignments. You’ll be part of our award-winning team of experts in a supportive and high-achieving environment.

What You Will Do

Our graduates focus on corporate insolvency to establish expertise across the complete insolvency process, from both company and lender perspectives. From contingency planning and stakeholder management to creditor distributions and case progression, you’ll develop the experience, knowledge and proficiency required to launch your career in Restructuring and Insolvency.

We will support you in studying for your ACA, with alternating periods of focussed study and work. We give you the flexibility to study in a way that suits you.
Day-to-day tasks will vary by project, but you can expect to undertake:

  • Accounting, cashiering and financial reporting responsibilities for insolvency cases;
  • Communication with various stakeholders, including creditors, directors and employees;
  • Case progression, including preparation of statutory documents, reports and maintaining files;
  • Supporting senior team managers in asset realisations and ongoing trading in insolvency;
  • Market and company analysis to identify advisory opportunities and contribute to pitches, stakeholder presentations industry thought-pieces.

As you build experience, you’ll have the opportunity to take on financial statement, cashflow, and outcome modelling, and support the team in producing contingency planning and financial advisory reports.

What We Offer You:

At FTI, you’ll be working on headline-hitting cases, while we support you to become a Chartered Accountant (ACA). As you progress through the qualification, you’ll have the opportunity to take on increasing responsibilities, with structured support and on the job training to reach your full potential. From day one, you’ll make a difference for our clients across a breadth of projects and industries.

Focussing on insolvency, our graduates build a strong foundation in insolvency and work flexibly to support the wider restructuring team as required. We’re committed to your personal and professional development, with regular in-house training and personal coaching, and the opportunity to attend external training aligning with your interests.

How to apply

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Round 1 – Online Applications

Please ensure you attach both a CV and covering letter when applying.

Only candidates who submit all required documents will be considered.

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Round 2 – Online Assessments

After your application, you will be asked to complete online assessments, and answer two screening questions to help us understand your interest in the role.

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Round 3 – Assessment Centre/Interviews

Please note interviews will commence late October/November time so you will hear back from us then.

Requirements

  • Interest and passion in insolvency and restructuring
  • Ability to think logically and work with numbers
  • Inquiring mind and strong desire to learn and develop
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are also essential
  • Good organisation, self-management, proactivity, and teamwork skills.
  • Critical thinking skills and ability to think on your feet
  • Any degree discipline will be considered
  • Ambition to achieve a Chartered Accountant qualification (ACA)

Please ensure you attach both a CV and covering letter when applying and answer the two screening questions to help us understand your interest in the role.

Only candidates who submit all required documents will be considered.

Opportunities

James Rowse

Associate
Corporate Finance, Restructuring

The best things about working in the Corporate Finance and Restructuring team are the people you work with and the breadth of experience you’re able to gain. Since joining in 2020, I’ve had the chance to work on engagements in sectors ranging from aviation and retail to mining and real estate. Graduates initially focus on insolvency mandates to gain a solid industry grounding, with a pathway to working on projects ranging from options analysis, EPMs and IBRs to distressed M&A processes and the largest and most complex restructurings in the market. Whatever your interest, there is scope to work towards your preferred business area in a broad, market-leading restructuring practice.

Day in, day out you’re working closely with some of the most talented individuals in the market who are regularly recognised externally as industry leaders – it’s a great place to learn. The flat team structure lends itself not only to great opportunities to work with senior colleagues, but also to a tight-knit team who offer a strong support and progression network for graduates. At FTI, I feel challenged and supported in equal measure.

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