Cross-border relief refused in Azeri bank restructuring as English court cites Gibbs
A UK court has said it lacks jurisdiction, in the presence of the Gibbs rule, to grant the foreign representative of an Azeri bank an extended moratorium in England preventing creditors with English-law governed debt from enforcing their contractual rights in the UK after the Azeri restructuring process ends.
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