Natasha is an associate director who joined Osborne Clarke in 2013 to strengthen the London Restructuring Turnaround and Insolvency team.
Her experience covers all types of formal insolvency procedures, including administrations, receiverships and liquidations, but with a particular emphasis on complex contentious insolvency work, often with an international flavour, in relation to which she has worked on significant cases for a wide range of debtors, lending institutions and insolvency and restructuring professionals.
Natasha has worked on all aspects of credit risk and corporate insolvency, on the contentious and transactional sides, prior to and post-lending, in the UK and cross-border and has broad experience of advising in various industry sectors, including financial services, consumer, football, retail, real estate and energy.
She has been involved with some high-profile cases, including acting for liquidators of the UK operation of Bernard Madoff’s investment entities, representing the receivers and managers of the Consumers Trust in the landmark case of Rubin v Eurofinance and advising the English Football League in defending the challenge by HMRC regarding the 'football creditor rule'. Natasha has also acted for the compulsory liquidators of Hellas Telecommunications (Luxembourg) II SCA in investigating the causes of its failure, a role which has involved overseeing proceedings in England and in New York.
Prior to joining OC, Natasha was a senior associate in Dundas & Wilson's corporate recovery team for just under six years.