David Parker, Senior Insolvency Manager and Head of Case Progression

David’s route into insolvency started when his first job, after two years of service, went into Receivership in 1990. A few days later he was offered a job by the firm dealing with the Receivership in their London office,  so he truly has been on both sides of the insolvency table.

David has 25 years in the finance/insolvency industry working across single partner, mid-tier and big 4 accountancy and finance firms throughout London and the South East. As well as being a part qualified accountant,  David has developed a wide range of skills and knowledge along the way. He has been responsible for managing a portfolio of up to 90 clients at any one time, so can safely say that his time management skills are up to par.

David’s Responsibilities at Antony Batty & Co

As a senior insolvency manager, David is responsible for assisting the case managers to ensure that clients’ affairs are managed and progressed throughout from appointment to closure, and anything in between, in the most efficient way possible. He is also responsible for completing the formalities of the closing process within the firm.

Outside of Work

David gets his news-fix from three sources: Breakfast News, the BBC website and the 10’clock News. When he gets some time to himself, he sits down with a copy of the Sunday Times.

He is on the Committee of a local tennis club. As well as the general committee matters, he is responsible for organising and umpiring  summer in-club tournaments. As he points out, these do take a lot of organising to ensure that all the previous matches have  actually been played and that there are finalists for finals day!

I enjoy gardening and I am a member of the RHS Royal Horticultural Society and frequently visit the RHS gardens in Wisley.

David’s favourite holiday destination is Cannes and nearby Monte Carlo/Monaco. He went there a few years ago when there was boat show being held (an added bonus) and fell in love with the whole experience. Who wouldn’t? Also Trier in Germany, which is purported to have been the second most important town outside Rome during the Roman Empire.

He enjoys most sports – but  tennis, golf, snooker and motor sport are his favourites.

David can be contacted through this web site or by email: David@antonybatty.com

 

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