Can Singapore’s new regime help tackle Asia’s looming wall of debt?
As a wall of debt comes due in the Asian bond markets, Singapore is making a timely play to become a regional and international restructuring hub. With the first steps – upgrades to the country's restructuring and insolvency laws – being implemented, Herbert Smith Freehills' Paul Apáthy and Emmanuel Chua take a closer look at the plan’s progress and what it could do to assist companies, creditors and investors.
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