Loans & secured financing

Dutch senate approves amended scheme

Local lawyers in the Netherlands tell GRR they expect the new Dutch scheme to be used frequently in the new year, after the country’s upper house of parliament rubber-stamped legislation that will bring it into being.

07 October 2020

Avianca launches bid for DIP funding as it navigates Chapter 11 restructuring

Colombian-Panamanian airline Avianca has announced it has reached “key agreements” with lenders to obtain debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing as it continues to restructure through a Chapter 11 process in New York.

21 August 2020

A&O advising as India’s Suzlon completes bond restructuring

Indian wind turbine supplier Suzlon Energy has completed a restructuring of its step-up foreign currency convertible bonds, in what is believed to be the country’s largest bond restructuring to date.

19 August 2020

Bermuda-registered oil services company files Chapter 11 in New York

A Bermuda-registered oil and gas services company with operations in the North Sea and West Africa has sought Chapter 11 protection after failing to reach a deal with its Scandinavian lenders.

13 August 2020

Pharmagreen Biotech files for bankruptcy protection amid stock dispute

The Nevada holding company of a Canada-headquartered cannabis and hemp plant producer has filed for Chapter 11 protection, after covid-19 left it unable to uphold a financing deal with “toxic lenders”.

13 August 2020

Brazilian court approves Odebrecht’s results-based reorganisation plan

A Brazilian court has approved a restructuring plan for non-operating companies in Brazil’s Odebrecht group, which will see it pay creditors with the proceeds of asset sales and new, profit-sharing securities.

29 July 2020

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