Restructuring and insolvency
Corporate reorganisations and insolvencies require advisory teams who have the technical expertise and resources to act swiftly to protect the value of a business. Whether you’re a director, a debtor, a secured or unsecured creditor or an insolvency practitioner, we offer a proven track record of working with you and your advisers.
Our restructuring and insolvency lawyers apply their thorough industry knowledge of corporate and banking law, regulatory guidance and strategic dispute resolution to the full spectrum of restructuring, reorganisation, recovery and insolvency matters involving our offshore jurisdictions in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), the Cayman Islands, Guernsey and Jersey including cross-border activities.
We work in conjunction with some of the world’s leading legal and accountancy practices. Our clients operate across a range of industries including private equity, venture capital, real estate, financial services, corporate and private trusts and pensions.
Our position in the investment funds market makes us the first port of call in times of distress for lenders and boards.
Experience tells us that tensions between different interest groups can frustrate a recovery process if they are not well understood or managed. Clients benefit from the fluency of our experts in directors’ duties and creditor and shareholder interests. Our track record and unparalleled initiative and confidence in advising on the full range of options will help you to achieve and manage such tensions at what can appear a tricky time.
We deliver relevant and comprehensive advice that will provide you with the agility to meet your long-term commercial objectives.
- Corporate recovery
- Management buy-outs
- Regulatory guidance
- Strategic dispute resolution
- Schemes of arrangement
This information was sourced from the Carey Olsen website.
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