Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility


Big things are happening at Ogier. Change is embedded in everything we do. It is redefining our talent, our ways of working, our platforms of delivery, our culture.



We have the expertise to handle the most demanding transactions. Our commercial understanding and experience of working with leading financial institutions, professional advisers and regulatory bodies means we add real value to clients’ businesses.

View all services

Business Services Team

View all Business Services Team


Our sector approach relies on smart collaboration between teams who have a deep understanding of related businesses and industry dynamics. The specific combination of our highly informed experts helps our clients to see around corners.

View all sectors


Ogier provides practical advice on BVI, Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Irish, Jersey and Luxembourg law through our global network of offices across the Asian, Caribbean and European timezones. Ogier is the only firm to advise on this unique combination of laws.

News and insights

Keep up to date with industry insights, analysis and reviews. Find out about the work of our expert teams and subscribe to receive our newsletters straight to your inbox.

Fresh thinking, sharper opinion.

About us

We get straight to the point, managing complexity to get to the essentials. Our global network of offices covers every time zone. 

No Content Set

Alex Horsbrugh-Porter elected fellow of the Insolvency Practitioners Association


21 March 2023

1 min read

Ogier partner and restructuring and insolvency specialist Alex Horsbrugh-Porter has been elected as a fellow of the Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA), the UK’s most active insolvency recognised professional body and the sole body dedicated to the sector. 

The IPA’s membership is composed of individuals and firms working in insolvency practice or in insolvency related fields, including those who have made a significant contribution to the knowledge and practice of insolvency, and those who are studying insolvency.

Appointment to the IPA fellowship follows a rigorous admissions process and peer recommendation. It demonstrates an individual's knowledge and expertise in the insolvency field, and their standing within the industry.

Alex is a leading figure in Guernsey insolvency having played a key role in the development of the jurisdiction's new insolvency regime as a member of the Insolvency Rules Committee.

Alex said: "I'm very pleased to have been accepted as a fellow of the Insolvency Practitioners Association. The IPA plays a vital role, especially against the current economic backdrop, as a voice of the insolvency industry in the UK and as a source of guidance and expertise to both those within the industry and beyond it. I look forward to working alongside my colleagues within the association and providing input on the situation offshore." 

No Content Set