Facing Insolvency: Considerations for Owners and DirectorsName: Facing Insolvency: Considerations for Owners and DirectorsDate: September 23, 2020Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM ADTRegistration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.Event Description:
Join us for an informative webinar on Insolvency
Presented by KPMG in Bermuda's Mike Penrose and Conyers, Dill & Pearman's Rhys Williams, this webinar is designed to help business owners and company directors who are looking for guidance through this challenging time.
The session will review to identify insolvency signals, provide owners and directors direction on their fiduciary duties, solvent and insolvent process options and discuss the liquidation process.
Who should attend? Persons with financial and overall responsibilities for the financial health and welfare of businesses.
This session will be conducted as a webinar, via zoom and registered attendees will be provided log in details the day prior to the event.
If you have any questions or would like further information, please reach out to the Chamber of Commerce at 295 4201 or email email@example.com.
Mike Penrose is Senior Manager, Advisory at KPMG in Bermuda.
Mike has substantial experience advising clients across a number of areas including restructuring, (formal insolvency, cash management and independent business reviews) and corporate finance and transaction services (including buy side and sell side of due diligence).
Rhys Williams is an Associate in the Litigation department in the Bermuda office of Conyers Dill & Pearman.
Rhys joined Conyers in 2015 from Mourant Ozannes in Guernsey, and prior to that was a barrister at Five Paper in Temple, London. His practice covers all areas of civil and commercial litigation, with a particular emphasis on domestic and cross-border insolvency and restructuring. Rhys also has experience in contentious and non-contentious trusts, regulatory, shareholder disputes, minority prejudice claims and professional negligence cases.
Rhys has appeared in the Bermuda Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal and the Privy Council. He acts for local and international companies, banks and other financial institutions, liquidators and receivers, corporate service providers, regulatory authorities, trust funds, and high net worth individuals.