Nina Martins, lawyer in the Restructuring & Insolvency team at LexCase and member of the Insolvency Committee in the International Bar Association (IBA)
Nina Martins, lawyer in the Restructuring & Insolvency team at LexCase and member of the Insolvency Committee in the International Bar Association (IBA), has been appointed as a Vice Chair of the Insolvent Financial Institutions Sub-Committee.
The Insolvency Committee consists of professional specialized lawyers and studies international legal business issues in restructuring, insolvency and creditors’ rights mainly. As a member, Nina Martins regularly participates in specialized committees’ activities and annual conferences of the IBA.
As a Vice-Chair of the Sub-Committee, Nina will support the organisation of the next Annual IBA Global Insolvency and Restructuring Conference which will take place in São Paulo, Brazil, in May 2019. The Conference will include various topics such as liquidation of financial institutions and fintechs, impact of technology on insolvency, UNCITRAL cross-border law and new trends in the bankruptcy ecosystem.
The IBA is the biggest organisation for international legal practitioners, law firms, bar associations and law societies. Established in 1947, it includes more than 80,000 individual international lawyers from over 170 countries. The IBA provides assistance to the global legal community, contributes to develop international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession through the world.
Nina said: “I believe that our clients need the best advice wherever they aim to grow or may face difficulties all over the world. This is why I am strongly involved in this network. I am very pleased to be an active member and grateful for the opportunity to be a vice-chair in my committee, as it allows me to work with colleagues on various restructuring matters and be fully aware of the international business market and legal community”.
At LexCase, Nina specializes in insolvency/restructuring and litigation. Her expertise covers advice on as distressed acquisitions and sales, debt restructuring, insolvency proceedings.