London – Mayer Brown has once again been recognized in Global Restructuring Review’s “GRR 100” list, which features law firms with verifiable experience on cross-border matters in the distressed spaces. The firm was also ranked #13 in the top 30 list, which identifies the standout firms from the "GRR 100" for cross-border restructuring and insolvency work. This marks the first year that the firm has been named to the top 30 list.
The listing citation notes the distinct characteristics of Mayer Brown’s Restructuring practice in Asia, Brazil, France, UK, Germany, the US and the UK, and recent matters highlights including advising Hong Kong-based Baring Private Equity Asia on its takeover of the Cath Kidston brand, Greensill Capital inc on its Chapter 11 proceedings and Alvarez & Marsal on the multi-billion restructuring of the former construction company Joannou & Paraskevaides.
With a global Restructuring group comprising more than 200 lawyers with extensive cross-border experience and deep industry knowledge, Mayer Brown has established a reputation for managing complexity and advising on landmark cases.
The firm represents corporate debtors, company directors, lenders (throughout the capital structure), bondholders, liquidators, receivers, administrators, trustees, debtor-in-possession (DIP) loan providers, insurers, pension fund trustees, special servicers, and landlords on all aspects of restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency.
The "GRR 100" and "GRR 30" lists are the product of extensive research and analysis across multiple factors, including the complexity of historical and recent work highlights, the value of debt restructured and the size of the team.
Global Restructuring Review is a leading source of news and insights on cross-border restructuring and insolvency law and practice.