Mark Longbottom is a managing directory at Duff & Phelps and specializes in insolvency, restructuring and recovery services. In addition, Mark has extensive experience in due diligence engagements, litigation support and forensic investigations.

Mark has worked in the insolvency and restructuring field for over 20 years in Hong Kong, London and now the Cayman Islands.

Most recently, Mark has been appointed as liquidator to several high-profile hedge funds resulting from the Madoff fraud as well as the Bear Stearns offshore feeder funds. In addition, he is a liquidator of various entities involved in the Petters fraud and the Wylys matter. 

Mark has also recently been involved, as a joint official liquidator in the longest, most complex, multi-jurisdictional trial that Cayman has ever experienced. With witnesses sitting in the Middle East and corresponding cross examinations taking place in Cayman, it was a mammoth operation of coordination, planning, consideration and accommodation between the Court, the defendants and the plaintiff.

Mark has been involved in other substantial advisory matters requiring workouts and investigations. He is a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, a Member of the Insolvency Practitioners Association, a Member of the Cayman Islands Institute of Professional Accountants, a member of INSOL and a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute.

 
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