Conyers is pleased to continue its membership in INSOL International’s Group of 36, having first joined in 2016.

The G36 is one of the primary vehicles for INSOL International’s efforts to promote and develop the legal landscape for cross-border insolvency and corporate reorganisation. As a G36 member firm, Conyers is proud to contribute to this forum and to provide crucial financial and intellectual support to INSOL’s important work.

Conyers’ insolvency experts in Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, as well as Hong Kong, London and Singapore are active participants in INSOL International, as well as local membership associations such as RISA Cayman, RISA BVI, and RISA Bermuda.

A number of Conyers’ lawyers are Fellows of INSOL International, and Conyers’ lawyers also contribute the Bermuda chapter to the INSOL Foundation Certificate programme.

Christian Luthi, Director and Chairman, commented: “Conyers values our long standing relationship with INSOL and with the G36 tremendously. We were the first offshore firm to take up membership, and we are proud of the ongoing collaboration that has developed over the past six years”.

Alex Potts QC, Partner and Head of the Cayman Islands Litigation and Restructuring practice, added “our engagement with the G36 puts Conyers at the cutting edge of  cross-border insolvency and restructuring, both in practice and in theory. Our participation reflects the fact that Conyers’ lawyers continue to act in many of the most complex restructuring and insolvency projects involving Bermuda, BVI, and the Cayman Islands.

Conyers is a leading international law firm with a broad client base including FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies, international finance houses, asset managers, and insolvency professionals. The firm advises on the laws of Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands, from offices in those jurisdictions and in the key financial centres of Hong Kong, London and Singapore.


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