Interviews

Hamish Anderson: consultant at Norton Rose Fulbright in London

In his editorial board interview, Hamish Anderson tells GRR about his most memorable case and explains why English insolvency law is a "muddle".

17 February 2016

Yushan Ng: partner at Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy in London

17 February 2016

Natasha Harrison: managing partner at Boies, Schiller & Flexner in London

17 February 2016

Tony Bugg: global head of banking at Linklaters in London

17 February 2016

Catherine Balmond: partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London

GRR's editorial board member Catherine Balmond is not afraid of an uphill struggle - she reveals in this interview that she's climbed Everest - but the greatest challenge of her career was when a simple financial covenant reset turned into anything but.

17 February 2016

Irit Mevorach: associate professor at the University of Nottingham

Editorial board member Irit Mevorach started her career in Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs - and while insolvency law has taken her to St Lucia, Moldova and Namibia among other jurisdictions, she says Israel remains the most interesting place to visit.

17 February 2016

Bruce Leonard: 1944-2017

GRR editorial board member Bruce Leonard explains why he's proud of the International Insolvency Institute (III), and how, if he had a legislative "magic wand", he'd create a coordinating entity for cross-border and multinational restructurings and insolvencies.

17 February 2016

Céline Domenget Morin: partner at Goodwin Procter in Paris

If she could introduce just one piece of dream legislation, it would be immediate international recognition of insolvency proceedings, says Céline Domenget Morin in her editorial board interview for GRR.

17 February 2016

Natasha Labovitz: partner at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York

Editorial board member Natasha Labovitz recalls the most internationally-focused week of her career: holed up in the outskirts of Brussels she spent her evenings dialing into meetings in Los Angeles for a Saudi client, and clinched an out-of-court restructuring in Belgium at the same time as a sharia-compliant financing strategy for a US deal.

17 February 2016

Bob Wessels: professor emeritus of International Insolvency Law at Leiden University and expert counsel to the European Commission

Bob Wessels tells GRR how he is an expert in the history of the Dutch city of Dordrecht and why he'd love to have met the painter Rembrandt, in the second of our series of interviews with members of our illustrious editorial board.

05 February 2016

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