Graham Ridler

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Graham has specialized in insolvency, financial restructuring, banking and commercial litigation for over 25 years. He is an acknowledged specialist and leading lawyer in Chambers, Legal 500 and IFLR 1000. Graham has been involved in many cross border and international restructuring and asset recovery cases, having spent 8 years working in Hong Kong.

Graham has advised creditors, Government Agencies, insolvency practitioners, companies and directors on contentious and consensual restructuring and insolvency matters. This includes administrations, schemes of arrangement, liquidations, receiverships, debt restructuring, applications for the recognition of foreign insolvency proceedings, and actions for the tracing of assets. Graham has specific experience dealing with shipping insolvencies. Work has also involved advising financial institutions on regulatory matters. Graham has extensive experience in recovery actions for banks. Graham has also been involved in large personal bankruptcy cases involving public and private examinations, search and seizures and prosecutions for fraud.

Graham's work is both the UK and cross border, and both contentious and non-contentious.

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