Farrah Sbaiti

Senior Associate Cayman Islands
Farrah Sbaiti


  • Background & experience

    Before joining Ogier in 2021, Farrah was part of another offshore law firm's dispute resolution team after moving to the Cayman Islands in 2016. Farrah has a wealth of knowledge and experience in all aspects of commercial litigation and corporate insolvency. In particular, she provides advice and acts for shareholders in fair value proceedings arising under section 238 of the Companies Act.

    At Ogier, Farrah undertakes work on a variety of commercial litigation matters, often involving cross-border issues and arising in an insolvency related context, including but not limited to:

    • insurance disputes;
    • claims against directors/trustees;
    • shareholder/beneficial ownership disputes;
    • breach of duty (contract, tortious and fiduciary);
    • asset tracing and commercial fraud
    • enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards, and interim relief (including third-party disclosure and injunctions); and,
    • appraisal / fair value proceedings.

    Farrah is an experienced advocate who regularly attends court for contested interim applications, other interlocutory hearings and trials.

    Farrah is a member of the International Womens' Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation as well as 100 Women in Finance.

    In her spare time Farrah enjoys scuba diving and taking part in marathons, half-marathon and triathlons.

    Admitted in:
    2009 - England and Wales (Barrister) (non-practising)
    2011 - England and Wales (Solicitor) (non-practising)
    2016 - Cayman Islands