INSOL International Financiers Group

INSOL International Financiers Group

The INSOL International Financiers Group, founded in the mid-90s, includes representatives from financial institutions and debt providers from around the world. The group is co-chaired by Mark Sutton, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Stephen Hair, NatWest, UK and Donna Duke, Asian Development Bank, Philippines with a steering committee made up of regional key contact representatives, the full list of committee members can be found below.

The group provides a forum and a network for financiers in which they can meet, develop cross-border support and contacts and cooperate and communicate in both insolvencies and restructurings.

The group holds seminars on “hot topics” of relevance to the cross-border finance community and is a forum for disseminating ‘best practice’, technical projects and shared experiences amongst financiers on cross-border insolvencies and restructurings.

International Financiers Colloquium

We held our inaugural INSOL International Financiers’ Colloquium on Wednesday 29 June 2022 at JW Marriot Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London alongside the INSOL London 2022 conference. 

The meeting started with a joint lunch with our Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Colloquium delegates followed by an afternoon programme looking at “hot topics” of relevance to the cross-border finance community. You can view the full programme here.

Join the INSOL International Financiers Group

If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Susannah Thomson.

Contact Susannah Thomson

INSOL International Financiers Group

Donna Duke
Asian Development Bank
Steve Hair
INSOL Fellow, Co-Chair
Mark Sutton
Commonwealth Bank of AustraliaAustralia
Esteban BuljevichRothschild & Co.
United Arab Emirates
Simon ChiouCommonwealth BankAustralia
Tim DeSienoOmni BridgewayUSA
Stuti JainDeutsche BankSingapore
Philip JanisEuropean Investment BankLuxembourg
Daniel KangisserStandard BankRepublic of South Africa
Colm Kelly
INSOL Fellow
Catrina Le GrangeNedbankRepublic of South Africa
Mark O'ReillyMUFGSingapore
Francisco PatricioAbreu & AssociadosPortugal