Global Restructuring Review - Cross-border restructuring and insolvency legal news, features and events
28 June 2018
With the “easy part” of the EU’s proposed directive on preventive restructuring frameworks approved in early June, speakers at the TMA’s Europe conference considered the tough bits – like how to define the “likelihood of insolvency” standard that would make pre-insolvency proceedings available to debtors.
22 June 2018
Former Court of Appeal judge Dame Elizabeth Gloster and veteran EY partner Alan Bloom were among the guest speakers at the official launch of the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation’s (IWIRC) new network in London last week.
19 June 2018
Many debtors around the world have sought protection under the wing of the US Bankruptcy Code’s Chapter 11, taking advantage of its expansive jurisdictional ambit. But is it right for everybody?
18 June 2018
With bold new precedents established in Ocean Rig, and planned restructuring law reforms on the horizon, Cayman practitioners considered how they square against the competition in the battle to win cross-border work, at the inaugural GRR Live Offshore.
18 June 2018
GRR's first ever offshore event attracted important names from New York, London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Chile and of course, the host jurisdiction, the Cayman Islands. Click on the headline for photos from the day.
08 June 2018
Brazilian restructuring lawyers have called for better debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing provisions and more ways to protect restructuring plans from challenges in Brazil, as US colleagues showed confidence they would get there.
05 June 2018
The Venezuelan government’s lack of political will to restructure its debts is stopping the country addressing its economic crisis, according to speakers at the GRR Live - Latin Lawyer 3rd annual restructuring conference.
15 May 2018
GRR sat down with one of the most prominent outside participants in Romania’s non-performing loan market, Lukas Fecker. He discussed why the country is a safer investment bet than other eastern European states - and why reviving companies is a whole new sector that’s here to stay.
15 May 2018
On the surface of it, fast-growing Romania appears to be a regional leader for non-performing loan transactions in Europe. But a massive gap in servicing and funding in the country means there are still a lot of workouts to be done, according to a speaker at WJ Global’s Debt in European Emerging Markets Forum.
23 April 2018
The International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation has handed out its annual founders awards to members from Singapore and Chicago at its spring conference in Washington, DC.
04 April 2018
Start early, know the terms of your aircraft financing, work with the trade body and use Chapter 11: this was the essential advice panellists gave to aircraft carriers preparing for a bankruptcy situation at the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Legal Symposium in Bangkok.
23 March 2018
With a mounting number of insolvencies on the British high street and among British firms, and uncertainty over the UK’s future after Brexit, Deloitte’s chief economist Ian Stewart addressed GRR Live London on threats and challenges to the UK economy.