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Singapore is bidding to be the "Asian New York" of debt restructuring, but can it compete with the US’s experience and the Cayman Islands’ flexibility? A team of panellists at GRR Live Offshore considered the pros and cons of the respective regimes to see whether the city-state was “coming for Cayman’s docket”.
22 October 2018
Law academics warned about the calamities of global covenant-lite lending and pitched company voluntary arrangements against administration proceedings in the UK at the most recent CI&CL Research Group Conference, where the short-comings of Singapore’s beefed-up insolvency law regime were also discussed.
02 October 2018
A Singaporean judge has questioned whether the doctrine of separate legal personality as an unshakeable principle should be re-examined when restructuring multinational corporate groups – and raised a “fascinating twist” to the concept of synthetic secondary proceedings as a way of managing cross-border insolvencies.
01 October 2018
On 26 September, Global Restructuring Review held its second GRR Live New York conference, with a thought-provoking keynote speech by Singapore's Judge Kannan Ramesh.
28 September 2018
In an era of excessive corporate debt, how important are debt-to-equity swaps as a resolution mechanism in the Gulf? Panellists in Dubai identified some of the challenges and opportunities offered by swaps - a relatively rare restructuring tool in the region.
18 September 2018
While governments across the Middle East are modernising their bankruptcy laws, the region’s non-performing loans should “ring the bells” of banks and regulatory authorities, delegates heard on the opening day of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s first-ever debt restructuring and NPL summit in Dubai.
12 September 2018
The chief restructuring officer of Saudi conglomerate Ahmad Hamad Al-Gosaibi & Brothers (AHAB) says the group may use Saudi Arabia's new bankruptcy law to try and see an end to its decade-long restructuring saga, in what will be a “huge litmus test” for the Kingdom.
10 September 2018
European lawyers and advisers will have opportunities to muscle in on UK restructuring work in the wake of Brexit and possible changes to the Gibbs rule, a British academic told attendees at the German Bar Association’s 7th European Insolvency and Restructuring Congress.
03 September 2018
Looming questions about struggling retail companies, the use of company voluntary arrangements to help restructure them, and the accountability of the insolvency professionals at the helm dominated discussion at this year’s GRR Live London.
25 July 2018
Dubbed “the year of the CVA”, so far 2018 has seen troubles on the UK high street, as well as the demise of public contractor Carillion and the fall of Monarch Airlines. Panellists at the third annual GRR Live London conference discussed the lessons learned so far and looked to what the next 12 months will bring.
20 July 2018
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