Judith Howson has worked in the Insolvency profession for 24 years, having started her career as a graduate in London in 1996. Following successful completion of her ACCA examinations, she spent a year on secondment in Melbourne, Australia before returning to the UK and relocating to Scotland where she worked for a further two years in the Glasgow office of a national boutique insolvency practice, becoming CPI qualified. In 2004, Judith joined a Big Four firm and spent nine years there, reaching the role of Assistant Director and becoming JIE qualified before joining French Duncan in 2014.
Experienced in all forms of insolvency processes, Judith currently manages a corporate case portfolio and leads a team of insolvency professionals. She also manages a number of complex personal insolvency cases. She is an experienced trainer and takes responsibility for delivering in-house training for the Restructuring & Debt Advisory team. She is also Deputy MLRO for the firm.
Whether it be a company director or individual who needs expert insolvency advice, Judith takes time to listen and understand the issues so that the optimal solution is always offered. When dealing with insolvency cases, she ensures a thorough investigation is conducted so that maximum recoveries are achieved and appropriate actions taken to enhance potential returns to creditors.