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European banks may choose pre-insolvency proceedings over NPL sales, says TMA panel

The EU’s proposed pre-insolvency regime may deter the sale of distressed loans, even at a time when potential buyers have access to “unlimited funds”, argued panellists at TMA Europe’s East European Conference last week.

Abengoa restructuring draws to a close in Peru

Community round-up: TMA UK appoints new president, firms hire in US and Australia

Electronics group swaps Hong Kong for Bermuda's “more flexible” regime

High court awards US$150 million to Singularis liquidators from Japanese-owned stockbroker

Fieldfisher opens in Amsterdam with insolvency partner hires

European law firm Fieldfisher has launched a new office in Amsterdam with five partners from Dutch firm Kennedy Van der Laan.

Women in Restructuring

The April 2017 issue of Global Restructuring Review will be given over to an in-depth survey on the women working at all levels of the restructuring industry. If you would like to be involved, read on.

Jersey requests English court’s help with £1.3bn insolvency case

The chief executive officer of the Royal Court of Jersey - known as Jersey's Viscount - has requested the assistance of the High Court of England and Wales in a £1.3 billion insolvency case.

Dee Valley: Limits on a dissenting minority blocking a scheme of arrangement

Partners Rebecca Jarvis, Nick Le Masurier and Jo Windsor of Linklaters in London consider a recent landmark court ruling that poured cold water on the use of share or debt splitting strategies to block an English scheme of arrangement - and ask whether the time may have come to revisit the majority in number test in UK schemes.

Eversheds Sutherland hires partner from Pinsent Masons in London

Newly merged global law firm Eversheds Sutherland has hired Pinsent Masons’ Carl Allen as a partner in its finance and restructuring team in London.

European banks may choose pre-insolvency proceedings over NPL sales, says TMA panel

The EU’s proposed pre-insolvency regime may deter the sale of distressed loans, even at a time when potential buyers have access to “unlimited funds”, argued panellists at TMA Europe’s East European Conference last week.

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2nd Annual GRR Live London

Thursday, 25 May 2017, 110 Fetter Lane, London, EC4A 1AY, United Kingdom

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Latin Lawyer - GRR Live 2nd Annual Restructuring Summit

Monday, 5 June 2017, 200 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10166, USA