Cleaver Fulton Rankin

Restructuring/Insolvency Department

Northern Ireland
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The Insolvency & Business Restructuring team at Cleaver Fulton Rankin is led by Director, Jeanette Donohoe who is consistently ranked as a Chambers’ Ranked Lawyer in this area. Jeanette leads a team of 8 lawyers (4 Directors and 4 other qualified lawyers) each of whom are dedicated specialists in the field of insolvency and restructuring. Quotes from this years Chambers’ edition on the team include; 

"They demonstrate excellent technical ability and service." 

"They offer the full suite of services, a one-stop shop." 

The team specialise in all aspects of contentious and non contentious corporate and personal recovery. They advise banks and insolvency practitioners on all formal insolvency appointments, restructuring and work around. They have extensive experience and are very well known by the Bankruptcy Master and Chancery Judge appearing daily before them.

The team advises on administrations; liquidations; Company Voluntary Arrangements; Individual Voluntary Arrangements; Appointment of Fixed Charge Receivers; review of security; distressed Company and business disposals and restructuring; cross jurisdiction asset tracing and fraud cases; distressed property sales; Director Disqualification; adjustment of prior transactions including preference payments and – Transactions at an Undervalue; possession proceedings; Interim Order Applications; Stays in Advertisement of Bankruptcy; Annulment of Bankruptcy; and Debtor Bankruptcy petitions.


Donohoe, Jeanette (Head of Department)

Cross, Stephen

Kelly, Rachel

McNally, Maria

Smyth, Helen

Stuart, Charles



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