CDH South Africa appoints respected lawyer, Nastascha Harduth, to head up its Business Rescue, Restructuring & Insolvency sector

Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr (CDH), a leading corporate and commercial law firm, is delighted to announce the appointment of Chambers rated Restructuring and Insolvency lawyer, Nastascha Harduth as Head of our Business Rescue, Restructuring & Insolvency sector. Nastascha’s interest lies in complex restructuring and insolvency mandates, as well as corporate and commercial dispute resolution, litigation, and debt recovery.

27 May 2024 1 min read CDH Alert Article

Brent Williams, CDH CEO says “We intend to fully leverage Nastascha’s extensive experience in navigating the complexities of restructuring and insolvency. Her strategic approach and clear vision will greatly complement our existing team and provide significant value to our clients.

In addition to being Chambers rated, Nastascha is the inaugural Chair of the International Women in Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC) Southern Africa Network, a member of the South African Restructuring and Insolvency Practitioners Association (SARIPA), and a fellow of INSOL International.

CDH is known for its focus on providing innovative legal solutions and unparalleled client service. The addition of Nastascha further strengthens our firm’s ability to meet the evolving needs of our clients and reinforces our position as a trusted business advisor”, Wiliams concludes.

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