- Partner | Restructuring and Insolvency
Mandip Englund advises clients on complex cross-border restructuring and insolvency matters.
Mandip counsels clients on the full spectrum of distressed matters - ranging from options analysis and corporate/financial restructurings to distressed M&A, and formal insolvency. Clients also benefit from her extensive experience in bank insolvency and recovery and resolution. Mandip has advised on multi-jurisdictional high profile situations across Europe, Asia, and the United States.
Mandip counsels on both the debtor and creditor side, representing debtors, financial institutions, credit funds, and other financial stakeholders, as well as insolvency practitioners. Mandip works across a broad range of sectors including aviation, real estate, energy and infrastructure, retail, and healthcare.
The Legal 500 UK recognizes Mandip as a next generation partner in the Finance: Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency category (London), quoting “Mandip displays a very high-quality client service combined with thorough and diligent approach covering all the issues to provide valued advice.”
Prior to joining Fried Frank, Mandip was a partner at another international law firm and spent more than 10 years at a magic circle law firm in London.
Accolades |Mandip Englund and Jennifer L. Rodburg Recognized in the 2023 GRR Women in Restructuring Survey⟶
The Legal 500 |Fried Frank Ranked in The Legal 500 UK 2023⟶
Accolades |Fried Frank Featured in Turnarounds & Workouts’ European Restructuring Practices of Major US Law Firms List⟶
Media mentions |Mandip Englund Quoted by Property Week on New Look CVA Ruling⟶
Media mentions |Ashley Katz and Mandip Englund Featured in Global Restructuring Review's Covid-19 Calls Column⟶
News releases |Fried Frank Celebrates International Women’s Day⟶
Speaking engagements |2023 Insolvency Lawyers’ Association (ILA) Annual Conference⟶
Speaking engagements |ILA Annual Conference 2022⟶
Speaking engagements |Women in Law Networking Event⟶
Speaking engagements |The Cross-Class Cramdown – UK and US Perspectives⟶