Ogier partner and head of the firm's insolvency team in the Caribbean and Asia, Marc Kish, has graduated the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals (INSOL)'s prestigious Global Insolvency Practice Course, and is now formally recognised as a Fellow of INSOL International.
The Global Insolvency Practice Course is the pre-eminent advanced educational qualification focusing on international insolvency. Admission to the course is limited, with Marc one of only 25 practitioners globally to successfully complete the qualification this year.
Marc regularly acts in the major restructuring and insolvency cases in the Cayman Islands, advising office holders and investors as to the role and function of liquidation and creditor committees and the interaction of Cayman and foreign insolvency proceedings. He frequently contributes to legislative subcommittees advising the Cayman Islands government. Marc is a Leading Individual in the Legal 500 Caribbean, 2019.
Marc's admission to the INSOL fellowship follows Ogier being named in the annual GRR 100 as a leading global adviser to cross-border restructurings and insolvencies.
Marc said: "I am delighted to be a fellow of INSOL International. The Global Insolvency Practice Course provides invaluable, advanced insights into what is a rapidly developing area of law, requiring both a depth and breadth of understanding of a range of regimes and how they intersect."
You can read Marc's latest editorial on cross-border dispute resolution here.