The officers of the Association shall be a chairman, a secretary and a treasurer (collectively the “Officers”) who must all be members of the Association.
The committee (“Committee”) shall consist of the Officers and either two or four ordinary members elected at an AGM.
The Committee, voted at the AGM on June 13, 2016, are as follows:
Chair – Robin Mayor
Robin is a Director and Head of Insolvency & Restructuring at Conyers Dill & Pearman in Bermuda. Robin advises companies, directors, regulators, investors, creditors and liquidators in all aspects of insolvency and restructuring. She has extensive experience dealing with complex, multi-national and cross border reorganisations. She has drafted numerous shareholder and creditor schemes of arrangements for all types of companies, including solvent and insolvent insurance companies. In addition Robin provides advice to banking institutions and other large lenders with regard to the exercise of their rights under security documentation, and the appointment of receivers and managers.
Secretary – Mike Morrison
Mike is the Managing Director at KPMG in Bermuda. Mike has more than 20 years of corporate restructuring experience in the insurance and reinsurance industry, gained in both the London and Bermuda markets. His primary focus is the reinsurance industry with particular emphasis on providing advice to companies in run-off or companies with portfolios of business in run-off. He has also managed a number of significant insolvencies in the insurance industry both in London and Bermuda and managed the liquidation, or restructuring, of numerous non-insurance companies and, in doing so, has developed considerable cross-border knowledge and experience.
Treasurer – Rachelle Frisby
Rachelle is a Partner at Deloitte in Bermuda. Rachelle has over 15 years of experience in public accounting in Canada and Bermuda. She acts as a liquidator for reinsurance companies, hedge funds, and local operating companies, many with assets located outside of the jurisdiction, and as a receiver for local banks. She has performed independent business reviews of debtor clients of financial institutions, and conducted forensic investigations on improper uses of funds and employee theft for regulators, local and international businesses. Rachelle oversees the Financial Advisory group at Deloitte in BVI, which provides restructuring, compliance, and accounting services. Rachelle is a Fellow of INSOL.
Additional Committee Members
Alex is a Partner/Director at Sedgwick Chudleigh in Bermuda. Alex has a wide-ranging commercial litigation and arbitration practice, with a particular focus on disputes in the fields of banking, financial services, investment funds, insurance, reinsurance, professional negligence, company law, trusts, and contentious insolvency. His practice also extends to issues of public, constitutional and administrative law, regulatory law, telecommunications law, employment law, planning law, and environmental law. He regularly advises and acts for Bermuda’s international business entities, and advises and represents US, London Market and international insurers/reinsurers on offshore matters.
Kehinde is Head of Insolvency and a founding partner of ASW Law. Kehinde has practiced in Bermuda since 1995, having previously practiced as a corporate/commercial lawyer for three years respectively at Turner Kenneth Brown and Stephenson Harwood in London, and for four years at the UK Department of Trade and Industry advising on insolvency law and policy. Her particular experience is in corporate restructuring and insolvency. She has advised liquidators, provisional liquidators, creditors and regulators in relation to numerous local and cross-border insolvencies and restructurings and schemes of arrangement.
Mathew is the Managing Director of KRyS Global in Bermuda. Starting his career as an auditor and subsequently obtaining his Fellow from INSOL International, Matt brings the right touch of professional skepticism along with practical experience in understanding and addressing complex difficulties. Stakeholders benefit from his unwavering approach, logical analysis and assertive leadership. Where fact finding and diagnosis are required, he is able to connect all of the dots to determine the complete story, therefore discovering all possible avenues for pursuing asset recoveries where losses have occurred.
Henry regularly represents clients before both the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal for Bermuda. His practice covers all aspects of offshore commercial litigation with a specific focus on arbitration, enforcement and insolvency issues, including out of court administrative and regulatory disputes. He also provides non-contentious advice on unique transaction structures and matters involving cross-border enforcement and regulatory risk. Henry has previously practiced at Harneys and Appleby in Bermuda.