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INSOL Fellows

The on-going global financial crisis and the globalization of business have dramatically increased the complexity of insolvency practice. Few enterprises are purely domestic and almost all significant restructurings involve operations in multiple jurisdictions and present creative opportunities to use different restructuring regimes. This course gives the insolvency practitioner the tools necessary to be successful in the new world of global insolvency practice.

 

One of the great outcomes of the program is to develop friendships and professional relationships with like-minded professionals from around the world, with not only class mates, but the wider Fellow fraternity of those who have also undertaken the program. The Fellows are an active group, with dedicated resources and communication avenues, which enhance opportunities for referral opportunities, sources of information and practical assistance in different jurisdictions.

 

 

Technical Electronic Newsletter

All members receive our monthly electronic newsletter.

In these, we cover global case decisions, new and pending legislation, journal articles, news, deal information and any other information of interest to our members. The newsletter has a format that provides links to the full details of the articles.

INSOL Fellows Committee
Allan Nackan Farber Financial Group  Canada
Jean Baron SCP Caviglioli-Baron-Fourquie  France
Mark Craggs Norton Rose Fulbrigh UK
Peter Declercq DCQ Legal Ltd UK
Johan Jol ABN Amro  The Netherlands
Lucas Kortmann RESOR NV  The Netherlands
Lee Pascoe Norton Rose Fulbright (Australia)  Australia
Benjamin Jones Berwin Leighton Paisner, UK UK
Farid Assaf Banco Chambers, Australia Australia
Jane Dietrich Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP Canada
Sophie Rolle-Kapousouzoglou Lennox Paton The Bahamas
Andrea Harris KRyS Global Channel Islands
Nastacha Harduth Werksmans South Africa