Karis Hodgkinson and Emma Bower

Wilson Field team boosted

Sheffield-based insolvency and business recovery experts Wilson Field has strengthened its team of client facing insolvency practitioners and support staff.

Former case administrator, Emma Bower, is the latest appointment to the insolvency practitioners team. This comes after she successfully passed industry qualifications.

“The people make it here at Wilson Field. Despite growing in size it still retains a relaxed feel and the directors are very approachable and operate an open door policy.

Emma (32 – Right in the image), from Sheffield, is the latest female IP to acquire her licence at the 90-strong company. We now boasts seven women and two male IPs, in an industry predominantly dominated by men.

Emma said: “My licence now means I now have responsibility for everything case-wise and the buck stops with me. I now make the big decisions on cases. There’s a strong female influence here and I feel we can bring different skills. But overall we all want the same outcomes and its all about being professional.

“The people make it here at Wilson Field. Despite growing in size it still retains a relaxed feel and the directors are very approachable operating an open door policy. I look forward to furthering my insolvency career here.”

Wilson Field has also attracted back Karis Hodgkinson to the Ecclesall Road South headquarters. After first joining in 2010 as a case administrator, she went to gain further experience at a Doncaster insolvency company in 2014.

Also, Karis (30 – Left in the image), from Sheffield, returns as a senior corporate case administrator. She also brings back a wealth of knowledge of insolvency and business management. Her role will include helping corporate case administrators develop their skills and liaise more with the insolvency practitioners.

She added: “Wilson Field is a successful company and everyone wants to be involved with a success.

“Since my return I have seen progression with procedures and structures and I look forward to helping the team further evolve.”

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