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Collas Crill announces promotion in its Cayman office

Collas Crill has announced the promotion of Annalisa Shibli to Senior Associate in its Dispute Resolution team in Cayman.

Annalisa joined Collas Crill in July 2021 as an Associate, having spent more than seven years in Cayman and Hong Kong at another offshore law firm.

She was admitted as a Cayman attorney in 2014 and is a member of INSOL's Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners' Association and the International Women's Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC).

Annalisa obtained an LLB with Honours from Durham University and went on to complete the LPC at the University of Law in Manchester, before returning to the Cayman Islands to train as an Articled Clerk.

Annalisa has a broad practice covering commercial litigation, cross-border insolvency and restructuring. Her experience includes work on high value fraud and asset tracing claims, the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards and shareholder disputes.

On her promotion Annalisa said: 'I am very pleased to have been promoted to Senior Associate, having been with the firm for less than a year. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the team at Collas Crill and look forward to progressing my career in this dynamic and collaborative environment.'

Managing Partner and Head of Dispute Resolution at Collas Crill in Cayman, Stephen Leontsinis, said: ' Since joining our team Annalisa has displayed an incredible work ethic and has demonstrated an impressive understanding of difficult, often technical, legal issues. She has also mentored junior associates and has taken on many relationship-building initiatives with current and prospective clients alike.

'She is a pleasure to work with and has received high praise for her work from our clients. I am extremely proud to have her as a senior member of our team.'



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