Andri Antoniou graduated from the University of Liverpool with an LLB (Hons) degree before completing her Legal Practice Course with the College of Law in Birmingham. She then undertook her two year training contract with the corporate law firm Needham and James LLP and upon qualifying as a solicitor and becoming a member of the Law Society of England and Wales, Andri joined the firm Martineau undertaking property finance and insolvency work.
In September 2009 she joined the UK Insolvency Service as an Examiner in the Official Receiver’s office where she gained practical experience in dealing with bankruptcies and corporate liquidations and developed her knowledge of insolvency by completing a two year Diploma in Insolvency Practice. She also subsequently undertook the Joint Board (JIEB) insolvency exams.
In November 2011 she moved to Cyprus where she joined CRI, as a manager in charge of all Personal and Corporate Insolvencies.
Andri is now a director of CRI and focuses on complex cross border insolvency matters, she has worked on cases spanning several jurisdictions including UK, Germany, Spain, Ukraine, Switzerland, BVI and Cyprus.