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Rehmann principal named INSOL International fellow

Charles “Chip” Hoebeke, director of the Turnaround, Restructuring, and Insolvency practice at Rehmann, completed INSOL International’s prestigious Global Insolvency Practice course, earning the designation of INSOL fellow.

INSOL, the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency and Bankruptcy, is a worldwide federation of national associations for accountants and lawyers that focus their practices on turnaround and insolvency. There are currently 40 member associations globally with more than 10,000 professionals participating as members of INSOL International.

Hoebeke achieved this esteemed recognition by completing INSOL’s Global Insolvency Practice Course, an advanced educational qualification curriculum focused on international insolvency. The one-year program held classes in London and Sydney, as well as online activities that included a virtual court room and real-time negotiations for a restructuring plan involving multiple jurisdictions.

“I’m very proud to be named an INSOL fellow and thank Rehmann for supporting me and allowing me to seize this opportunity,” said Hoebeke. “With no more than a handful of fellows serving as financial advisors in the U.S., this qualification gives Rehmann a competitive edge in both the local and global insolvency market.”

Admission to the course is limited, and Hoebeke was among 21 fellows to graduate from the competitive course this year. Hoebeke is one of only 24 fellows in the U.S.

“It is with great pleasure that I congratulate Chip on his INSOL designation,” said Jim Carpp, principal and director of consulting. “Rehmann is committed to the professional development of our associates, and Chip’s successful completion of the INSOL program demonstrates his commitment to the profession. The knowledge he gained will help strengthen Rehmann’s international insolvency capabilities.”

Hoebeke has been with Rehmann for over 19 years, and is the leader of the firm’s Turnaround, Restructuring, and Insolvency practice. He has served as a court appointed receiver, a chief restructuring officer, and worked in many out-of-court settings. He is also an active member of Nexia International and the National Association of Federal Equity Receivers. He is heavily involved with the International Insolvency Committees in both organizations and most recently chaired the Inaugural National Association of Federal Equity Receivers (NAFER) International Offshore meeting in the Cayman Islands. In addition to his designation as an INSOL International fellow, he is a certified public accountant and a certified insolvency and restructuring advisor. Hoebeke is a graduate of Aquinas College with a Bachelor of Science degree with dual majors in accounting and business administration.

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