Manchester-based corporate recovery specialist, The Business Debt Advisor, has recruited an experienced insolvency manager to head up its corporate insolvency practice.
Molly Monks, 31, has been appointed to head up The Business Debt Advisor, responsible for managing the division and providing solutions to self-employed businesses and companies which include both informal and formal rescue solutions such as trader IVAs (Individual Voluntary Arrangements), Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs), administrations, bankruptcies and liquidations.
With over a decade of corporate insolvency experience, she spent five years at Harrisons Business Recovery and Insolvency Ltd where she managed a large team of technical and support staff and a portfolio of more than 50 complex formal insolvency cases.
She began her career as an insolvency administrator at Milner Boardman and Partners before moving to Vantis plc where she was involved in over 20 formal administrations and also gained extensive experience in personal insolvency.
Talking about her reasons for choosing The Debt Advisor, Molly said: “I wanted to be part of a company that really excels at what it does. The Business Debt Advisor is well known and respected within the corporate insolvency market – they have an outstanding reputation.
“The team is fantastic and so friendly. It was clear from my first day that everyone really cares about what they do and how they help their clients. I am looking forward to the challenge.”
Managing director, Bev Budsworth, added: “Molly is a great addition to our team. As well as having the right level of experience to really develop our corporate debt advisory division, she also has a fabulous caring personality which perfectly fits with the ethos of our business.”
Molly lives in Bramhall near Stockport with her husband and two-year-old daughter. Aside from reading, cooking and socialising, she has continued with her passion for art from her University days and enjoys oil painting in her spare time.
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