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The former leader of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s finance group is set to join DLA Piper as the head of its international finance, projects and restructuring practice.
26 February 2021
“There's a lot of dry capital sitting there waiting to be used”. Head of Webber Wentzel’s restructuring and insolvency team Khurshid Fazel tells GRR about opportunities in the distressed M&A space in Africa, how her views on globalisation have changed, and why she thinks firms that commoditise parts of their offering are going to get an edge in the future.
05 February 2021
Simmons & Simmons, Dentons and Hunton Andrews Kurth have hired in London, Portland in Maine and Bangkok respectively; while Begbies Traynor has acquired insolvency advisory group CVR Global, adding its first overseas offices.
18 January 2021
European finance ministers have agreed to a long-awaited reform of the EU’s bailout fund, giving it greater powers over future bailout programs and introducing single-limb collective action clauses to override holdout bondholders.
04 December 2020
The European Central Bank gave sufficient reasons as to why it refused to disclose information on its suspension of credit flows to Portuguese “bad bank” Banco Espírito Santo ahead of the bank's resolution six years ago, the EU’s highest court has said, partially overturning a lower court’s ruling.
26 October 2020
With help from Allen & Overy, the Dutch arm of airline group Air France-KLM has submitted a restructuring plan to the Netherlands Ministry of Finance in the hope of securing a rescue package worth €3.4 billion.
05 October 2020
Baker & Hostetler partner Eric Goodman, who has credits on the Takata and PG&E bankruptcies, has moved to Brown Rudnick in Washington, DC.
20 August 2020
Alvarez & Marsal has hired a new head of financial restructuring and an operational restructuring lead for the Nordics, three months after launching its Norwegian practice.
17 August 2020
China’s central bank has announced that it will allow troubled Baoshang Bank to become the first commercial lender to file for bankruptcy in China since 2001, in a move that could prompt other lenders to “step up” their risk assessments and internal audits amid growing non-performing loan portfolios.
12 August 2020
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