Overview

Insolvency and restructuring can be complex and stressful. We support you through the process, providing robust guidance while fiercely protecting your interests. Our professionalism and personal commitment ensure we are recognised as market leaders in the region.

The introduction of the International Business Companies Acts and, more recently, , has increased the need for talented attorneys with substantial expertise in insolvency and restructuring matters.

We act on behalf of receivers, creditors, administrative receivers, directors, trustees in bankruptcy, fiduciary claimants, liquidators, and companies. Whatever your requirement, we have the experience and expertise to deliver.

Members of our team have achieved international renown for their expertise in insolvency and restructuring. Many are sought after speakers at international conferences and respected contributors to leading legal journals. Our team also includes members of INSOL and other prestigious insolvency bodies in the insolvency arena.

We engage in complex cross-border proceedings and advise clients on local insolvency laws and ancillary proceedings with a Bahamian component. Our team is frequently retained by leading international firms in connection with insolvency issues, including securing assets and enforcing judgments in The Bahamas and the British Virgin Islands.

Financial distress can be challenging for all parties. We ensure you have the very best advice and assistance from day one.

Areas of Focus

  • Appointment of liquidators
  • Appointment of receivers under a debenture or mortgage
  • Voluntary liquidations
  • Winding up proceedings
  • Provisional liquidations
  • Statutory demands
  • Examination of relevant persons
  • Investigations by liquidators
  • Supervision orders
  • Ancillary Orders
  • Fraudulent preferences

Recent Cases

We successfully represented a mortgagee and a receiver in a landmark insolvency decision concerning the Companies Winding Up Act in the Bahamas and obtaining an order for the examination of a Bahamian IBC.