Collas Crill has provided cross-jurisdictional support to the shareholders of Kalo in relation to its acquisition by Interpath Advisory.
Offshore insolvency practice Kalo is recognised internationally for its work on some of the most complex insolvency cases in the market. Its strength of offering in Cayman, the BVI and Anguilla provides Interpath with a foothold in these jurisdictions, which are often central to international restructurings. The acquisition complements Interpath's growing offering in Barbados as well as its international and cross-border teams based in the UK.
Kalo CEO Gordon MacRae and managing directors Charlotte Caulfield, Elizabeth Mackay and Paul Pretlove join Interpath alongside the broader Kalo team.
The Collas Crill team was led by Natalie Bell and included partner Matt Gilley and associates Janeen Aljadir and Itumeleng Mukhovha. The Kalo team was also supported by Hogan Lovells and O'Neal Webster.
Natalie said: "We were thrilled to be able to support our friends at Kalo as they embark on this exciting chapter and expand the reach of their business, as part of Interpath Advisory. We congratulate them and look forward to continuing to work alongside the team on future matters."
Gordon said: "Collas Crill has done a fantastic job helping us to navigate this transaction. The responsiveness and competence of all involved has given us a huge amount of confidence going through the process and we look forward to continuing to work with the team in the future."
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