Kai trained as a solicitor with the London office of US firm Cadwalader LLP before joining Beachcrofts, then subsequently Appleby’s Jersey office for six years (where he qualified as a Jersey advocate) and represented large institutional banks and trust companies including RBSI, Barclays, Schroder and Royal Bank of Canada.
Since joining Bedell Cristin in 2012, Kai’s core practice has involved general commercial litigation, insolvency and restructuring, commercial property litigation and regulatory work.
Kai is also a Jersey Advocate, having been called to the Jersey Bar in 2012, giving him the ability to offer valuable advice and insight on a variety of cross-border offshore matters. His professional memberships include the Law Society of England and Wales (non-practising), the Society of Trust Practitioners (STEP), the Cayman Islands Law Society, INSOL and RISA. Kai is also a member of the Cayman STEP Council and the RISA legal and technical committee.
Areas of expertise - Litigation - Insolvency & Restructuring - International Private Client
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