Jan Chillery attended the JIEB graduation ceremony on Friday 16 June at Chartered Accountants’ Hall in Moorgate, home to the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales.
Jan passed all three insolvency exams in November 2016, qualifying her as an insolvency practitioner. At present Jan does not intend to take appointments but passing these exams shows her wide-ranging skills in this area. She advises office-holders such as liquidators and trustees in bankruptcy as well as those who have dealings with office-holders, such as creditors, directors, spouses and employees. The JIEB exams are usually taken by accountants and rarely taken by solicitors, and are recognised as very testing, needing high numeracy and strategic skills.
“I am delighted and relieved to have all these exams behind me. I love insolvency work, with its varied challenges every day. I get a huge amount of satisfaction from helping people and businesses in crisis. Helping creditors get the best recovery from an insolvency, guiding a business out of difficulty or advising different stakeholders is so rewarding.”
Jan is a full member of the Association of Business Recovery Professionals (R3).
Picture 1 (L-R) Tim Vance of Ernest & Young (winner of the Prize in Personal Insolvency), Joe Barry of Deloitte, Jan Chillery of Aaron & Partners, Katie Dixon of Clarke Bell, Andrew Dyson of Begbies Traynor (winner of the ACCA Prize and Third Place) and Oliver Lunt of Deloitte.
Picture 2 (L-R) Jan Chillery of Aaron & Partners, Joe Barry of Deloitte, Andrew Dyson of Begbies Traynor, Oliver Lunt of Deloitte and Katie Dixon of Clarke Bell all collecting their certificates
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