Joshua Taylor is a managing director with Alvarez & Marsal Asia in Singapore. He leads A&M’s South East Asia restructuring practice.
With over 20 years of experience working in Australia, the Caribbean and Asia, Mr Taylor specialises in insolvency and restructuring and has experience with formal appointments such as liquidator, receiver, judicial management, scheme of arrangement as well as out of court processes.
Mr Taylor has advised boards with respect to their obligations, formulating restructuring plans along with the execution of such plans. He has also acted for creditors/investors with respect to enforcement against companies in multiple jurisdictions for the purpose of maximising returns and providing restructuring advice to assess and implement restructuring plans. In addition, Mr Taylor has experience in contentious insolvency matters as well as broad industry experience in agriculture, real estate, manufacturing, commodities, construction and maritime.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr Taylor was a senior managing director with FTI Consulting in Singapore. He worked with bondholders on a restructuring in Indonesia and the subsequent implementation of the scheme of arrangement in Singapore; restructured a Singapore headquartered oil and gas company; handled an implementation of a scheme of arrangement for a listed Singaporean company; and worked on an enforcement engagement with assets in multiple jurisdictions for the benefit of creditor and liquidator of a company purportedly involved in fraudulent activities.
Previously, Mr Taylor worked in the restructuring division of Deloitte in Australia and the Cayman Islands. In addition, he had numerous appointments on behalf of financial institutions, investors and creditors.
Mr Taylor earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Griffith University. He is a CPA in Australia, a Chartered Accountant in Australia and New Zealand, a Registered Liquidator in Singapore, a member of IPAS, and a member of The Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association.