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Our Corporate Recovery and Insolvency team provides liquidation, restructuring, receivership, forensic and other distressed advisory services advice to a range of business and financial stakeholders including: lenders, creditors, shareholders, corporates and their directors, private equity and alternative investment funds.
Internationally we have an established network of relationships which allows us to provide seamless advice across borders. In additional to a wealth of local knowledge, all of our directors and other professionals have spent time working in other jurisdictions and have developed a strong understanding of the issues related to a business in distress operating internationally.
Unique situations call for unique solutions. Utilising our local knowledge and international experience, combined with the depth of BDO global resources in 1,500 offices throughout 162 countries, for each engagement it is our goal to reach that unique solution.
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BDO CRI (Cayman) Ltd.
We are pleased to announce that Declan Magennis was recently appointed to the position of Chairperson of the Board of Directors of RISA, Cayman’s Recovery & Insolvency Specialists’ Association. Declan has been an active member of the education and training committee of RISA since the association was founded in Cayman in 2012. In addition to being elected as Chairperson, Declan was also...
BDO CRI (Cayman) Ltd is proud to be part of BDO’s global network, which extends across 162 countries and territories, with 73,854 people working out of 1,500 offices – and we’re all working towards one goal: to provide our clients with exceptional service.Our firms across the network cooperate closely and comply with consistent operating principles and quality standards. That means local...
At the time of the arrest of Bernard L. Madoff on 11 December 2008 and the subsequent 12 December 2008 suspension of its shares, only US$20 million cash was held by the Cayman registered fund, Herald Fund SPC, with the balance of its net cash subscriptions having been transferred to Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC.
However, within seventeen months of their 23 July 2013 appointment...