Aziz Abdul, Associate
Aziz is an insolvency specialist.
Aziz works on a broad range of insolvency-related matters: contentious and non-contentious, corporate and personal insolvency. He regularly acts for insolvency practitioners, secured and unsecured creditors, lenders, borrowers, directors of insolvent entities and private individuals.
Aziz is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Acting for a director in defending substantial claims brought by liquidators which related to misfeasance and breach of directors’ duties, transactions defrauding creditors, wrongful trading and an alleged invalid share buyback
- Acting for the trustee in bankruptcy in Hinton v Wotherspoon  EWHC 623 (CH) in successfully obtaining an income payments order relating to pension income
- Advising a multinational bank on the enforcement of judgments against high net worth individuals based in foreign jurisdictions
- Acting for the office holders in the sales of a national fashion retailer, a health and sports club and a waste disposal company
- Advising a global brand as a creditor in the context of various insolvency processes
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