Jersey: Ogier Partner To Speak At INSOL International Seminar
Last Updated: 6 June 2016

Ogier partner Mathew Newman will be speaking at the INSOL International Channel Islands one day seminar in June.

Mathew will take part in a panel discussion discussing the cooperation of foreign courts in the case of an international fraud. Mathew will present the Guernsey perspective, alongside fellow panellists will be Mr Justice Snowden, David Standish and Ed Drummond. 

Held at the Radission Blu on 9th June this, the third Channel Islands regional seminar, is being held in conjunction with the Association of Restructuring and Insolvency Experts (Channel Islands). The programme includes a keynote speech from Colonel Tim Collins, who will speak on team leadership and cooperation on challenging international assignments.

The technical programme covers current cross-border insolvency and restructuring topics, with a particular focus on issues relevant to the Channel Islands, the UK and offshore jurisdictions, including the Caribbean and Bermuda. The interconnections between global business and the regional offshore centres are ever more apparent, and entities incorporated in Jersey and Guernsey frequently feature in major cross-border insolvencies, asset tracking and restructurings. The impact of the unique local law and practice, which differ between Jersey and Guernsey and the implications for large, complex and contentious cross-border cases, is significant, and the topics on the agenda directly relevant to the work of insolvency professionals, lenders, and the judiciary.

INSOL International is a world-wide federation of national associations of accountants and lawyers who specialise in turnaround and insolvency.

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