Borrelli Walsh is pleased to announce that Mitchell Mansfield has joined Borrelli Walsh in the Cayman Islands.
Mitchell is a senior corporate restructuring and insolvency professional and Australian Registered Liquidator with over 14 years’ experience in cross-border distressed situations in Asia and Australia. Mitchell adds to a strengthening management team, which includes Luke Almond, Director and Qualified UK Insolvency Practitioner, newly promoted Senior Manager, Emma Clifton, and experienced Managers, Rob Shifman and Chris Bouck.
Most recently, Mitchell has worked alongside Michael Foreman, Managing Director in Borrelli Walsh’s New York office, providing valuation and dispute assistance to a private equity client in respect of its assets across North America and Europe.
In Asia, Mitchell acted as an independent financial advisor to funds, lenders and distressed companies, including winding down several underperforming Asian assets for a private equity client, managing a portfolio of non-performing loans exceeding USD750 million for an international bank and managing the restructurings of several global shipping companies. Mitchell’s work includes shareholder disputes, valuations, cash management and forecasting, business reviews and determining and implementing restructuring, sale or winding-up plans.
Cosimo Borrelli, Managing Director and co-Founder of Borrelli Walsh, said: “We are delighted to welcome Mitchell to our Cayman team where we feel his experience with cross-border restructurings and insolvencies, work-out of NPL portfolios and valuations well complements the broad range of expertise within our Cayman Office. With the team in Cayman and BVI and 132 staff and professionals across the US, Caribbean and Asia, we have the strength and depth for significant and complex cross-border restructurings and insolvencies.”
“I am excited to join such a dynamic team in the Cayman Islands and bring on-the-ground international operational and financial restructuring experience to the team to facilitate our cross-border work and add additional strength to our restructuring, valuation, disputes, directorship, funds and asset management service lines” Mitchell said.