A member of staff from Old Trafford-based corporate debt management company, The Business Debt Advisor, has been recognised for her qualification as an insolvency practitioner at a national ceremony.
Molly Monks, corporate insolvency manager at the firm has been officially honoured by the Insolvency Service at a graduation ceremony in London following her official appointment as an insolvency practitioner in March of this year.
Commenting on her graduation, Molly, from Bramhall near Stockport, said: “I genuinely love my job and this qualification has given me the foundation I need to continue my career in one of the most rewarding professions.
“As one of the smallest professional fields in the UK with fewer than 1,700 licensed insolvency practitioners, I feel that I can make a real difference to the industry and represent the creditors’ interest as a whole.”
Managing director, Bev Budsworth added: “Molly heads up our corporate team and has a fabulous caring personality which perfectly fits the ethos of our business. Even though she actually passed her exams earlier this year, it’s great to see her efforts finally recognised in this way.”
Run by the Joint Insolvency Examination Board (JIEB), exams are held annually in November and rigorously test a candidate’s knowledge of insolvency law and practice.
The ceremony was held at the BMA House in London. Following an opening address by the chairman of the JIEB, Molly was presented with her certificate by Graham Horne, deputy chief executive and director of operations at the Insolvency Service.