Welcome to the IWIRC Cayman Islands Network

The Cayman Islands Network was chartered on May 19, 2011 and has grown rapidly since then. Our Network provides unique opportunities for the advancement and professional development of women working in insolvency and restructuring by creating networking, business development, educational and mentoring opportunities both in the Cayman Islands and abroad.  Throughout the year, the Cayman Island Network organises various events for members and nonmembers such as educational and skills sessions with guest speakers, as well as other fun social and networking events.  These events foster and strengthen professional relationships.  Furthermore, the Cayman Islands Network is extremely active in the community.  We organise and fund the John Grey High School mentorship programme where mentors are paired with final year students to help them achieve their full potential.

Membership is open to all insolvency and restructuring professionals including lawyers, accountants, financial advisors and lenders.  By joining the Cayman Islands Network you will obtain access to IWIRC's international member directory.  The directory is publicly searchable and is an extremely useful referral and contact source allowing you to reach out to IWIRC members worldwide and for them to contact you.  Members can create a customised profile and highlight particular expertise, cases or client outcomes giving them a platform to promote their services both locally and onshore.

We encourage all insolvency and restructuring practitioners to join IWIRC and benefit from all that the Cayman Islands network has to offer!


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Member Testimonials

"IWIRC is one of the few platforms that allow professionals to network, catch up, exchange thoughts, give and receive advice on personal, career-related or job-connected issues, have fun together and above all that-- build relationships without being under the pressure to pitch or impression to "be pitched" constantly. This is a place beyond a permanent vanity fair."

Annerose Tashiro, Schultze & Braun GmbH
European Network