RISA Cayman Course

Introductory Certificate in Insolvency Law and Practice in the Cayman Islands
RISA Cayman Course


INSOL International and RISA Cayman are delighted to be jointly presenting the Introductory Certificate in Insolvency Law and Practice in the Cayman Islands (the RISA Cayman Course).

The purpose of the RISA Cayman Course is to provide training to persons currently working on the islands as well as those who may be planning to work on the islands in future. The course content has been prepared by experts in practice in the Cayman Islands.

The materials used on the course have been drafted by experts in practice. These experts include well-known names such as  John Royle (Grant Thornton)Katie Pearson (Claritas Legal), Graham Robinson (Crowe),Tim Womack (Alvarez & Marsal), Mark Russell (KSG Attorneys), Marcin Czarnocki (Deloitte), Corinne Cellier (Ogier), Nicholas Fox (Mourant)David Ramsaran (Mourant), Lisa Yun (Mourant), Jaclyn Pascoe (Mourant), Jessica Vickers (Mourant), Luke Burgess-Shannon (Mourant), Laura Stone (Mourant), Ella van der Schans (Mourant), Cassandra Ronaldson (Interpath Advisory), Adam Crane (Baker & Partners), Farrah Sbaiti (Ogier), Gemma Lardner (Ogier), Kelsey Sabine  (Ogier), Rachael Reynolds KC (Ogier), Jennifer Colegate (Collas Crill), Nour Khaleq (Ogier), Tony Heaver-Wren (Appleby), Paul SmithAlex Pots KC (Conyers), Spencer Vickers (Conyers) and Ben Tonner KC (McGrath Tonner).

The current cohort registered on the RISA Cayman Course commenced their studies on 1 March 2023. Registrations for the 2024 course open on 1 October 2023. The duration of the course is 10 months and will be presented completely online.

For more information about the certificate programme, such as entry requirements and pricing, please download the course brochure using the link below. Anyone requiring more information about the certificate programme should contact INSOL International’s Education Team at [email protected] or [email protected] or [email protected]..

Download 2024 Course Brochure

Before you will be able to apply for a place on this course, you will need to be signed in to the INSOL website. If you are a new user who has not yet registered as a user on the INSOL website, you will first need register. This can be done by clicking on the red “Sign in” button in the top right corner of the page and then completing the form on the right-hand side of the page and following the instructions that follow.

Applications for this course have now closed. Click here to make enquiries about the possibility of late registration