Nick provides a wide range of advice on international restructurings, contentious and non-contentious insolvency issues, structured finance and derivatives. He specialises in cross-border insolvency, schemes of arrangement and structuring transactions to mitigate against the risks of insolvency.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Dispute Resolution & Insolvency
Maples Delivers the First Cayman Islands DIP Finance Scheme of Arrangement
Maples and Calder Wins Award at 2018 Global Restructuring Review Awards
Maples and Calder Wins Two Awards at the 10th Annual M&A Advisor Awards
Maples Drives Largest Ever Cayman Islands Cross Border Restructuring
Nick joined the Maples Group in 2015. He previously worked for Allen & Overy LLP in London.
1999 – Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales (not practising)
2015 – Admitted as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands
2017 – Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
Royal Holloway University of London, UK, BA (Hons), Modern History, Economic History and Politics, 1995
College of Law, London, UK, CPE (commendation), 1996
College of Law, Chester, UK, LPC (distinction), 1997
Nick is co-chair of the Insolvency Lawyers' Association's technical committee.
Weavering - Cayman Islands Clawbacks and Investor Certainty
Cayman Islands Schemes of Arrangement - Business as Usual
US Bankruptcy Court Upholds Industry View of CDOs / CLOs
Distressed Debt Investing and Loan to Own Strategies
Officeholder Independence in Cayman Islands Debt Restructurings
Ocean Rig, cross-border restructuring and Cayman Islands schemes