Chris is a skilled Insolvency Advisor who specialises in personal insolvency.  A Mathematics graduate from QUB, Chris has been working in insolvency industry on the administration of Individual Insolvency cases since 2008.

In 2017, Chris achieved his Certificate of Proficiency in personal insolvency.  

Chris is practised in creditor negotiations on behalf of clients who are in an insolvent position, and he has developed an extensive network of contacts that are necessary in assisting clients evaluate their options.

The professional management of Personal insolvency is a topic in which Chris is passionate about.

“Debt is an emotive subject, and it can be difficult to know all the options available to you. With my experience and expertise, I advise our clients, help them understand these options. The most satisfying part of my job is helping people realise that there are solutions to their financial problems. Work is worthwhile when you see a client taking your advice and you know they are one step closer to a fresh start.”

What’s involved in your job?

I assist in the day to day running of RFA.  A normal day would see me prepare for appointments and reports for all kinds of insolvency procedures, both Personal and Corporate. I liaise with Clients and creditors and assist in the realisation of assets.  The best thing about my job is the variety. Every case is different.

What was the most valuable piece of advice you have ever been given?

The only way to make any progress is by stepping outside your comfort zone. I also like, if you think you’re the smartest in the room, then you are in the wrong room.

What drives you?

Helping people, resolving problems and the satisfaction of making a difference.

What do you do outside work?

I enjoy watching sport and live music. I’m an avid Ulster rugby fan and hold a season ticket.  Recently, I have taken up running and have just signed up for my first marathon.