Gordon Brothers have announced that it has appointed Ben Olushola as it’s new as Corporate Counsel.

Olushola will operate as the front-line transactional and corporate counsel, managing deal documentation and related matters, for Gordon Brothers’ international business.

He has over 10 years’ experience of restructuring and insolvency matters including distressed corporate M&A, pre-pack insolvency transactions, corporate financial restructurings, and formal insolvencies.

Olushola has worked on numerous complex, cross-border restructurings, and insolvency transactions, involving English administrations, schemes of arrangement, voluntary arrangements and liquidations, and US Chapter 11 proceedings.

He also has experience with pre-insolvency and insolvency processes in numerous other jurisdictions including France, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia, South Africa, and Mexico. Before joining Gordon Brothers,

Olusholawas head of legal for a privately-owned special situations asset manager and investment company. Prior to this,

Olushola was managing associate at the global law firm Linklaters LLP, where he worked for over five years in their restructuring and insolvency practice.