Corporate Recovery training success at Mitchell Charlesworth

Mitchell Charlesworth corporate recovery manager, Matthew Holt has completed his JIEB examinations.

The JIEB (Joint Insolvency Examination Board) qualification involves rigorous assessment across a range of areas including liquidation, administration, company voluntary arrangement, receivership and personal insolvency.

Matthew Holt
Matthew Holt

Matthew is based at Mitchell Charlesworth’s Manchester office at Centurion House, Deansgate and has been advising and supporting owner managed businesses for over 8 years. As a manager he provides advice to distressed business owners who may need funding advice or support in reigniting and developing a new business strategy or to bring their business to an efficient end.

“I am pleased to have passed the JIEB qualification after months of hard work and perseverance,” said Mr Holt. “The exams are notoriously difficult to pass but provide a rigorous test of knowledge and practical skills of the insolvency legislation and statements of insolvency practice. This will now enable me to progress in the profession which I know to be one of the most rewarding.”

Mitchell Chalesworth head of corporate recovery and insolvency Jeremy Oddie said: “It is always a great pleasure to congratulate a colleague on such an occasion. These exams are incredibly difficult to succeed in and it is testament to the sheer hard work and effort that Matthew has put into his studying. Matthew will continue to be a valuable member of the corporate recovery team but will now bring additional valuable skills to the department’s service offering.”

For more information on restructuring, financial advice and personal insolvency, phone the Manchester office on: 0161 817 6100 or email Jeremy

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