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MIAMI: IWIRC tackles energy sector woes and public debt

MIAMI: IWIRC tackles energy sector woes and public debt

14 January 2016

Nearly 200 women in insolvency and restructuring met in Miami last autumn, where they discussed the regulatory and financing problems at the root of the beleaguered energy industry and considered whether Puerto Rico’s debt crisis could really benefit from a restructuring under Chapter 9 of the US Bankruptcy Code like Detroit’s.

CAPE TOWN: Africa roundtable examines how to improve secured lending

CAPE TOWN: Africa roundtable examines how to improve secured lending

14 January 2016

Restoring financial sector stability through effective insolvency regimes was the theme of the 2015 Africa Roundtable organised by INSOL International and the World Bank, where discussions also focused on ways to enhance secured lending to African companies. Rick Chesley, a partner and US co-chair of the restructuring practice at DLA Piper, reports from South Africa.

BERLIN: Bear Market

BERLIN: Bear Market

13 January 2016

“Berlin is proof that something new and beautiful can arise after a collapse,” said INSOL Europe’s outgoing president, Robert van Galen of NautaDutilh, as he addressed a record number of delegates at the organisation’s annual congress in the city in October – a fitting place to host a meeting of insolvency experts as Germany prepared to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its reunification.