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Collas Crill recognised in Global Restructuring Review's top 100

Collas Crill has been ranked in this year's Global Restructuring Review (GRR) 100, an annual guide to the world's leading law firms for cross-border restructuring and insolvency matters.

Firms listed in the guide have been vetted for their 'expertise and demonstrable experience in cross-border matters' and deemed 'the most competent and vouched-for international firms', offering 'a safe pair of hands in which to leave a multinational business in distress'.

The guide cites Collas Crill's 'enviable list of case milestones' and describes the firm as being 'well-known for representing office- holders and former directors of insolvent companies'.

The write-up also highlights Collas Crill's rapid growth since its inception in 2011 and includes a selection of the high-profile cases the firm has worked on across its jurisdictions, with particular mention of the firm's growing team in Cayman.

Group Managing Partner Jason Romer said: 'We are delighted to have been recognised in the GRR100 this year. Restructuring and insolvency is an area of strategic focus for us and this ranking is testament to the strength and depth of our practice across all of our jurisdictions.'

Cayman Managing Partner and head of dispute resolution Stephen Leontsinis said: 'The GRR listing is validation of our expertise in the field. We have grown from strength to strength over the past five years, working on some of the biggest and most complex insolvency and restructuring matters in Cayman, and  look forward to building on this momentum.

GRR subscribers can view the full write-up here.

Collas Crill's restructuring and insolvency practice includes lawyers operating in the BVI, Cayman, Guernsey and Jersey. For more information on their services, click here.



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