Constantinos Klissouras

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Head, Litigation, Restructuring & insolvency

Constantinos Klissouras heads the firm’s disputes and restructuring team, specializing in complex civil and commercial litigation and arbitration, finance, and domestic and cross-border restructuring and insolvency.
He has extensive experience with cross border disputes and proceedings, and acts for domestic and foreign financial institutions and industrials from a variety of sectors in cross border and domestic litigation and arbitration, contentious and non-contentious matters involving distressed, leveraged and structured finance, non-performing loans (NPLs), insolvency and restructuring, creditor take-overs, procurement and construction, fraud, and general commercial disputes.
He has authored and co-authored in English on finance, restructuring and insolvency, including Greek insolvency law in the Collier International Business Insolvency Guide (Matthew Bender/Lexis-Nexis rel. 2004-2010), security interests (CILS - Oceana 2006), cash pooling (GLB, 2012 and 2016), the HR Privatization Programme (Law and Financial Markets Review, 2012), financing domestic and cross-border group restructurings (Oxford University Press, 2015), and resolving private sector insolvency (Hellenic Bankers’ Association / Palgrave MacMillan, Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions, in press).
He is a Senior Vice-chair of the Insolvency Section of the International Bar Association, a Fellow of the Centre for International Legal Studies, a Gerson Lehrman Educator, and a member of the Hellenic Procedural Law Association and the Hellenic Commercial Lawyers Association. Born Athens, 1973.
Member of the Athens Bar, admitted to the Supreme Court.

Greek, English, German
University of Athens School of Law (1996); King's College London (LLM 1998)