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Financial Loss Accountant/Solicitor

Location

London: London City.

Salary

£50,000 - £70,000

Job Reference

NCF45432

Job Profile

Niche City based loss adjusting practice seeks qualified solicitor or accountant to join its ever-expanding financial institutions team.  You will be based in the City and work alongside senior adjusters and Company Directors handling a challenging portfolio of losses emanating from financial institutions, multi-national corporations and professional entities principally out of the Latin American market.  Claims include white collar crime perpetrated by internal fraudsters to robberies and sophisticated scams organised by external crime groups.  You will also assess legal liabilities that can be incurred by financial institutions, accountants or other professionals resulting from negligence, breach of duty or other wrongful acts.  The position will require you to travel to Europe and Latin America to deal with claims. 

Applicant Requirements

Candidates will essentially be either a Chartered Accountant (ideally ACA, although CIMA & ACCA will be considered) or Qualified Solicitor ideally with some experience of working in the insurance claims arena.  Fluency in Spanish is essential. The basic salary is flexible but the budget is likely to be up to £70,000 plus a generous bonus system, pension, medical care and 25 days holiday.

Contact

Nick Fraser
Tel: 0113 246 0525 Mon to Fri 8.30am - 5.30pm.
Email: nfraser@iauk.co.uk
IAUK

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