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Insolvency jobs
in The Cayman Islands

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Work on some of the most high-profile assignments whilst enjoying a work-life balance that is impossible to beat.

Our Experience:

Since 2004, CML has been the primary financial and insolvency recruiter covering Cayman, Bermuda and the British Virgin Islands and can give you full coverage of the whole market including the Big4, Top10 and boutique firms.  Recently there has been a real growth period for insolvency and restructuring with a large influx of placements at the Senior, Assistant Manager, Manager, and Senior Manager grades.

What to Expect:

The offshore world is an exciting place for insolvency and corporate recovery professionals offering the chance to work with complex, multi-faceted liquidations and insolvencies and providing a comprehensive range of solutions to meet client needs.

Aside from the high salaries, low tax, and beach lifestyle, the work itself can be particularly attractive with the prevalence of high profile internationally contentious assignments, asset tracing, and forensics.  We also see candidates consistently maintain their grade when returning back to their home jurisdictions.

In addition to helping you find accommodation and guiding you through the visa process, as we are based here we socialize and network with all the partners and can give you the inside scoop on office culture, salaries and what the different firms look for.

Are you a qualified Chartered Accountant with insolvency or corporate recovery experience?  Opportunities exist for newly qualified candidates right up to the partner level!

See below current insolvency postings (please click to see advert):

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Why consider Insolvency jobs in the Cayman Islands?
  • Superb quality of work
  • Fantastic work-life balance
  • Tax-free salary, benefits & bonus package
  • Instagram worthy, beautiful, sun-drenched Caribbean island as your backyard
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