Kevin Halligan

Associate Director - Financial Services

T: +35316909709 E: khalligan@azon.ie
  • SectorBanking
  • LocationDublin
  • SalaryUp to £0.00 per annum
  • Posted onNovember 6, 2019
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Our Client:

Our client is a specialist Mortgage servicer with over 180 staff based in South Dublin.

The Role:

The Personal Insolvency Case Manager is responsible for working closely with the Litigation Team Leader in reviewing, analysing and presenting Personal Insolvency Applications to Senior Management.

The role involves substantial interaction with Senior Management, Internal Stakeholders and External Solicitor firms in discussing and negotiating the most appropriate solution.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assessing personal insolvency applications within tight timeframes.
  • Liaising with external parties once a Protective Certificate is received to review applications put forward by Personal Insolvency Practitioners on behalf of borrowers.
  • Reviewing documents from insolvency practitioners and entering details of the proposal onto the system including details from the Prescribed Financial Statement.
  • Assessing personal insolvency applications within tight timeframes.
  • Liaising with external parties once a Protective Certificate is received to review applications put forward by Personal Insolvency Practitioners on behalf of borrowers.
  • Reviewing documents from insolvency practitioners and entering details of the proposal onto the system including details from the Prescribed Financial Statement.

Knowledge and Experience

  • Minimum 1 year personal insolvency case management experience with a mortgage lender/bank. Experience must include mortgages.
  • OR

  • Minimum 1 year personal insolvency practitioner experience with solicitor/accountancy practice, or as an independent PIP.
  • Experience of residential mortgage arrears restructures an advantage.
  • Personal Insolvency course/qualification an advantage.
  • APA (Loans) or similar qualification is desirable.

Please note: If you are an EU/EEA national, you will be asked to show proof of right to work in Ireland e.g. showing your employer a copy of your passport.

If you are a non-EU/EEA national, you will require current and valid permission to work and reside in the Republic of Ireland. Information on legislation and guides to the procedures in relation to obtaining Green Card Permits, Work Permits, Spousal/Dependent Permits is available on the Department of Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation website.

Kevin Halligan

Associate Director - Financial Services

T: +35316909709 E: khalligan@azon.ie

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