Mathew Clingerman is a managing director in the Restructuring practice, based in Bermuda. In addition, he serves as head of Kroll’s Hamilton, Bermuda office. Mathew leverages more than 20 years of advisory experience focusing on cross-border insolvency, restructuring, investigations, litigation support and financial analysis.
Mathew regularly takes on private and court appointed roles as a liquidator and receiver of distressed corporate entities with a number of those appointments having achieved recognition in foreign jurisdictions. He is accustomed to working alongside top-tier legal advisors in pursuing the best outcomes for stakeholders and is known for his practical yet innovative approaches. Mathew has extensive knowledge examining the reasons underlying financial distress and irregular financial activity, tracing hundreds of millions of dollars in transactions through complex cross-border networks and pursuing numerous types of litigation against relevant parties.
Mathew has been appointed as an expert witness evidence in matters before the Supreme Court of Bermuda and the Bermuda Human Rights Tribunal (including the jurisdiction’s largest-ever personal injury award). His remits also include work for local regulatory and law enforcement agencies including preparation and submission of reports and evidence.
Mathew is a a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). In addition, he is an INSOL International Fellow, a worldwide federation of accountants and lawyers who specialize in turnaround and insolvency as well as a committee member and officer of Bermuda’s Restructuring and Insolvency Specialist Association.
Financial and operational restructuring and enforcement of security, including investigation, preservation and realization of assets for investors, lenders and companies.