At A Glance Guide to our Cayman Islands Restructuring and Corporate Recovery Team

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Ogier's Cayman Islands Restructuring and Corporate Recovery team routinely acts on cross-border liquidations, receiverships and restructurings involving overseas insolvency practitioners and clients with a variety of on­shore financial interests, often in conjunction with Cayman Islands and/or US Bankruptcy Court proceedings.

We advise insolvency professionals, fund managers, administrators, auditors, banks, financial intermediaries, corporate investors and trustees in respect of claims, duties and practical solutions.

We have extensive experience of advising on alternatives to traditional bankruptcy and restructuring methods for clients who insist on efficient service and higher returns. We regularly advise in conjunction with onshore counsel and are able to provide round-the-clock advice on Cayman Islands law across our network of offices.


We are committed to using technology to improve efficiency, consistency and client service.


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5 things to know about Ogier's Cayman Islands RCR Team…

Ogier has one of the largest RCR teams in Cayman, with the capacity to take on the most demanding and complex cross-border matters

The team is supported by our international restructuring and insolvency specialists in BVI, Guernsey, Hong Kong and Jersey – as well as the non-contentious restructuring specialists in our leading global Banking & Finance teams

Ogier's Cayman RCR team is led by partners Marc Kish and Rachael Reynolds – two of the most senior and experienced off­shore restructuring practitioners in the jurisdiction

We have acted in some of the largest and most complex insolvencies before the Cayman courts in recent years, including SPhinX, Ocean Rig, AHAB, Platinum Partners and Abraaj

Our teams include members of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (STEP), the Association of Restructuring and Insolvency Experts (AIRES), INSOL International, the Recovery and Insolvency Specialists Association of the Cayman Islands (RISA), the Insolvency Lawyers’ Association, and the Association of Business Recovery Professionals (R3)

5 things to know about Ogier…

We regularly win major industry awards for the quality of our work and our people – in the last 12 months we have won awards from Chambers, STEP, and Legal Week, and have been recognised by IFLR as one of the world's top "31 Law Firms to Watch"

We are known for our investment in technology and innovation to deliver the best possible client service to clients – we won the international category in Legal Week's Legal Innovation Awards in May 2018

Our teams include some of the leading names in the o­ffshore world, and our clients include some of the world's biggest banks, asset managers and financial institutions

We advise on BVI, Cayman, Guernsey, Jersey and Luxembourg law in Banking & Finance, Corporate, Dispute Resolution, Investment Funds, Private Wealth, and Tax – we are the only off­shore firm with a presence in Luxembourg

Nine of our practices are ranked as best in their jurisdiction and we have the capacity, the knowledge and expertise to handle the most demanding and complex transactions

Ogier is the only off­shore law firm with a presence in BVI, Cayman, China, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Japan, Jersey and Luxembourg. We manage complexity by focusing on what really matters and delivering advice that gets straight to the point.

About Ogier

Ogier provides practical advice on BVI, Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Jersey and Luxembourg law through its global network of offices. Ours is the only firm to advise on these five laws. We regularly win awards for the quality of our client service, our work and our people.


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