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Tim Follett and Hannah Knight unpacked the events surrounding the Greensill Capital collapse using  StructureFlow at LegalGeek’sUncertain Decade event in April, 2021. Watch the full video of the workshop below.

By breaking down the complex information of the case into visualisations, we’re able to see the issues at hand more clearly, identify the supply chain finance arrangement, the interconnected companies and dependencies that led to the downfall, and the risks they may have seen.

“The failure of Greensill Capital is making headlines across the world – but it’s difficult to understand its collapse through text alone. Visualisation can help cut through the complexity of legal and financial matters” says Tim Follett, CEO of StructureFlow

In the software itself, the different objects and relationships in the diagram have embedded data and document links, allowing users to navigate the diagram in an interactive way. 

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About Legal Geek Uncertain Decade

This workshop was presented at Legal Geek’s 24-hour summit with workshops, networking and thought leadership running across three time zones – London, New York & Sydney on 27 – 28 April.

About the Speakers

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Tim Follett is CEO & Founder of StructureFlow. An ex-corporate lawyer, Tim started his career at Slaughter and May where he trained and qualified in 2011 and then joined Farrer & Co in 2014. He set up StructureFlow in 2017 to address the frustrations he felt trying to visually model complex legal structures and transactions using tools that were not up to the task.


Connect with Tim on LinkedIn here.

Hannah is StructureFlow‘s Customer Success Manager. She manages customer relationships, working with customers to ensure users are getting maximum value from using the software.

Hannah’s experience spans all areas of customer success having cut her teeth in San Francisco as employee number 5 at a Y-Combinator backed company, participating in the YCS18 batch.

Connect with Hannah on LinkedIn here.