Jeanette Donohoe > Cleaver Fulton Rankin > Belfast, Northern Ireland > Lawyer Profile

Cleaver Fulton Rankin
50 BEDFORD STREET
BELFAST
BT2 7FW
Northern Ireland
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Work Department

Insolvency and corporate restructuring, dispute resolution.

Position

Jeanette is a partner/director in the dispute resolution department and heads up the insolvency and business restructuring team at Cleaver Fulton Rankin. She specialises in providing advice in all areas of Insolvency, corporate recovery, banking litigation and enforcement of security acting on behalf of banks and lending institutions, supervisors, fixed charge receivers, administrators, receivers, liquidators and trustees in contentious and non-contentious matters. She also has a specialism in administering the disposal of properties which arise from all areas of insolvency. Jeanette’s clients include HSBC Bank PLC, Ulster Bank Limited, Bank of Ireland (UK) Plc, Invest NI, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, BDO, Grant Thornton, McCambridge Duffy LLP, PKF-FPM, HNH Group, Keenan CF and Cavanagh Kelly.

Career

Trained Cleaver Fulton Rankin; qualified 2005; solicitor at Cleaver Fulton Rankin 2005-07; associate at Cleaver Fulton Rankin 2007-09; partner/director at Cleaver Fulton Rankin 2009 – present. Publications of note: Jeanette has published several articles on a variety of legal issues in the local press including the Belfast Telegraph, the Irish News and Ambition Magazine. She was shortlisted in the best in professional services category in the 2015 Women in Business Awards. She was also listed as a top 40 under 40 in 2015 Business First Magazine.

Memberships

Association of Business Recovery Professionals; Law Society of Northern Ireland; Northern Ireland Young Solicitors Association.

Education

Queens University Belfast (LLB Honours Law and Accounting Degree); Queens University Belfast, Certificate in Professional Studies (Distinction); Professional I and II Qualification from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

Lawyer Rankings

Northern Ireland > Finance > Insolvency and corporate recovery

Jeanette Donohoe leads Cleaver Fulton Rankin‘s practice, which demonstrates strong capabilities in administrations, liquidations, corporate and financial restructurings, and voluntary arrangements. On the transactional side, the team handles disposals of assets, as well as purchases and sales of distressed loans. In addition, contentious work is another mainstay of the practice, including directors disqualification proceedings and fraud-related matters. The client base consists of major Irish banks as well as big UK names such as HSBC and Grant Thornton. The team is equipped to handle disputes and advisory work, with strengths in transactions involving distressed assets as well as debt and equity swaps. Practice head Jeanette Donohoe is highly skilled in insolvency litigation, particularly in cases involving property assets. Stephen Cross and Caroline McLaughlin also have restructuring and insolvency experience. In addition, associate Maria McNally is another name to note.

Jeanette Donohoe leads Cleaver Fulton Rankin‘s practice, which demonstrates strong capabilities in administrations, liquidations, corporate and financial restructurings, and voluntary arrangements. On the transactional side, the team handles disposals of assets, as well as purchases and sales of distressed loans. In addition, contentious work is another mainstay of the practice, including directors disqualification proceedings and fraud-related matters. The client base consists of major Irish banks as well as big UK names such as HSBC and Grant Thornton. The team is equipped to handle disputes and advisory work, with strengths in transactions involving distressed assets as well as debt and equity swaps. Practice head Jeanette Donohoe is highly skilled in insolvency litigation, particularly in cases involving property assets. Stephen Cross and Caroline McLaughlin also have restructuring and insolvency experience. In addition, associate Maria McNally is another name to note.