Established in 2012, Cayman Islands based RISA has swiftly grown to over 400 members. Focusing on delivering educational and networking events, RISA’s mandate is to investigate and share best practices amongst industry practitioners in the fields of insolvency, restructuring and litigation. The Cayman Islands is respected worldwide as an international financial services centre built upon solid, yet appropriate regulation, a legislative structure based on English Common Law and a stable political environment. It is the domicile of choice for the world’s hedge funds and private equity funds with over 10,000 registered alternative investment entities.
Nicholas Fox is a Partner and the Local Practice Leader of Mourant’s Litigation and Insolvency department in the Cayman Islands office. He joined Mourant in 2010 and has over 12 years’ experience of litigation in the Cayman Islands and BVI.Know More
Martin specialises in corporate restructuring and insolvency, as an insolvency practitioner in the Cayman Islands and qualified accountant with over 27 years’ experience. He is a director of R&H Restructuring (Cayman) Ltd., which is an affiliate of Rawlinson & Hunter in the Cayman Islands, of which Martin is a partner.Know More
Cassandra has over ten years of experience in the Cayman Islands and Australia managing a variety of corporate insolvency and advisory appointments. During her career, Cassandra has acquired experience working with stakeholders of distressed entities across a wide range of industries, including investment funds, retail, nonprofit, property, mining services and agriculture.Know More
Spencer has over a decade of experience in insolvency, restructuring and cross-border litigation. Spencer advises clients on a wide range of complex disputes, with specific experience in the financial services, insurance and energy industries. Spencer regularly advises insolvency practitioners, creditors of distressed entities and shareholders.Know More
The Education Committee is responsible for organising technical events for our members, including quarterly technical events, one day seminars and breakfast events.
The Events Committee is responsible for organising social and networking events, including dinners, cocktail events, golf tournaments and other events.
The Legal & Regulatory Committee is responsible for representing members’ interests in terms of changes to legislation, disseminating information from the Courts and promoting best practice approaches to liquidation related matters.
The Membership & Communications Committee is responsible for informing the membership of upcoming events, maintaining RISA’s social platforms and being a resource for existing and potential members.