Alex R. Rovira is a partner in Sidley’s Restructuring practice group in New York and has also spent close to three years in each of Sidley’s London and Hong Kong offices representing both debtors’ and creditors’ rights on various aspects of corporate restructuring and workouts, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy and insolvency matters in the U.S., UK, Asia Pacific and Cayman Islands. He also has significant experience advising and representing clients on broker dealer and bank liquidation proceedings. Alex also advises on the structuring of and unwinding of complex financing transactions such as real estate financing, securitizations, repurchase agreements, security lending arrangements, swaps, forwards and other derivative agreements, sale-lease back transactions with a focus on insolvency risks, enforcement and remedies.  Alex received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Harvard University, his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Georgetown University Law Center and was trained in a full year course on English Corporate Insolvency Law at the University College of London in their LL.M. program.