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Updated: The International Insolvency Institute held a webinar to discuss the impact of covid-19 on the airline industry; from the benefits of filing in certain jurisdictions, to the major challenges faced from a creditor and customer perspective.
22 July 2020
French, German and Italian lawyers have urged European subsidiaries of multinational companies in covid-19 era cross-border restructurings to take precautions, warning of criminal liabilities caused by careless cash pooling and other potential pitfalls.
19 June 2020
Representatives from UNCITRAL, lawyers in India and a former US bankruptcy judge came together via a webinar to discuss the reasons behind India’s slow progress towards implementation of the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency.
11 June 2020
Lawyers from Japan and Singapore discussed how debtors are benefiting from new out-of-court and cross-border processes in their respective jurisdictions and predicted that these debtor-friendly tools will be put through their paces amid a covid-19 restructuring surge.
20 May 2020
Trade in Greece’s non-performing loans is taking off following reforms to the country’s restructuring framework, a distressed debt forum has heard.
03 January 2020
The UNCITRAL model law on recognition of insolvency-related judgments could “fix” the impact caused by the decisions in Rubin and Gibbs if enacted in the UK, panellists at the ABI’s international conference in Paris have said.
21 November 2019
Brazil and Argentina are likely to become the first Latin American jurisdictions to adopt the Judicial Insolvency Network’s guidelines on court-to-court communication, delegates heard at an event put on by the American Bankruptcy Institute last week.
14 November 2019
The first-ever GRR Live – IWIRC London Women in Restructuring conference was held on 7 November at Painters’ Hall in London. Click on the headline for pictures from the event.
11 November 2019
KPMG chief economist Yael Selfin predicted interest rates would remain low for decades, but warned they could leave central banks out of options if there’s a “correction” in the fragmented European bank market, in a keynote that kicked off GRR’s first-ever women’s event co-organised with IWIRC London.
08 November 2019
Chief restructuring officers can usually expect defensiveness, minimal access to information and to be treated as a “possible spy in the camp” by the company boards they are coming in to advise, CROs in London have warned, sharing war stories.
18 October 2019
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