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Smith Cooper’s Michael Roome qualifies as an Insolvency Practitioner


Posted on 8 March 2017

Michael Roome, Director of Business Recovery and Insolvency at accountancy and business advisory firm Smith Cooper, has passed the Joint Insolvency Board examination to become a fully qualified Insolvency Practitioner.

Recognised both inside and outside insolvency, the Joint Insolvency Examination Board (JIEB) examinations is a set of professional exams required to become an Insolvency Practitioner, one of the smallest professional fields with fewer than 2,000 licensed insolvency practitioners currently practising.

Michael has over 20 years of experience in dealing with all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency matters. Since joining the firm in 2010, he has led and developed the business recovery and insolvency offering for Smith Cooper in Nottingham.

Michael commented: ”I am absolutely delighted to have attained the full JIEB qualification, which could not have been achieved without the support of my colleagues at Smith Cooper”.

In recent months, Michael has worked on a number of high profile cases including the administration of charity Children’s Links, based in Lincolnshire and, Springhealth Leisure, a chain of high end leisure clubs in London.

Head of Business Recovery and Insolvency, Dean Nelson, said: ‘I’d like to applaud Michael on not only becoming qualified, but also for all of the hard work he has put in at Smith Cooper. I am immensely proud of his achievements and substantial efforts undertaken, whilst managing his team and growing the Nottingham market presence.”

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