Siobhan is an associate in the Restructuring department of Orrick, London, specialising in cross-border and domestic restructuring and insolvency issues.

Siobhan has previously worked in the Restructuring and Insolvency department (in the London office) of an international law firm and has also spent time on secondment to Standard Chartered Bank.

    • Advising an international credit institution on its ability to seek recourse against English law security granted by a Ukrainian bank in a Ukrainian insolvency process (and recognition issues relating to the same).
    • Advising a major financial institution on the enforcement of netting and set-off provisions under an international deposit netting agreement for the purposes of meeting credit risk mitigation criteria.
    • Advising a major financial institution on the treatment of funds provided as security for the purposes of a conditional pass-through covered bond programme by a non-UK issuer.
    • Acting for various unsecured creditors in respect of claims against Nortel UK in the administration / liquidation of the Nortel group.
    •  Acting for various unsecured creditors and property claimant clients in respect of multi-jurisdictional claims in the administration / liquidation of the Lehman Brothers group.
    • Advising a major financial institution creditor in relation to claims arising under complex multi-jurisdictional financial arrangements in the insolvency proceedings in respect of SAAD Investment Company Limited (in liquidation in Cayman) and Bank Awal (in administration in Bahrain).
    • Acting for a multinational information technology equipment and services company in connection with a validation order claim in respect of "void" payments made under s. 127 Insolvency Act 1986.
    • Advising a ratings agency on insolvency issues impacting regulated covered bonds (and related cover pool assets) for the purposes of determining bond rating assessment criteria / risks.