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Brazil’s senate has approved a long-tabled bankruptcy law, which is set to introduce cross-border provisions based on the UNCITRAL Model Law to the country’s regime.
27 November 2020
Cayman-incorporated oil and gas company KrisEnergy has won a Singapore court’s permission to convene a creditors’ meeting on local a scheme of arrangement, which will be overseen by AJ Capital Advisory as managers.
17 November 2020
After a two-and-a-half year restructuring saga, struggling Singaporean utility Hyflux has been placed into judicial management with immediate effect.
16 November 2020
Insolvency lawyers in Spain have welcomed a Barcelona court’s decision to allow two language schools to negotiate a sale of their assets before filing for bankruptcy, marking the country's first pre-pack.
12 November 2020
A Singapore court has granted a moratorium to Indonesian real estate group Modernland Realty, approving a carve-out on its extra-territorial effect on noteholders.
06 November 2020
Alexander Wood, a partner at Shearman & Sterling in London whose firm advised on the establishment of the Abu Dhabi Global Market’s legal and regulatory framework, discusses why parties to regional restructurings and insolvencies should now consider the ADGM regime.
23 October 2020
Jakarta-based conglomerate MNC Investema has launched a pre-packaged scheme in Singapore, months after it became the first Indonesian company to secure a moratorium in the city-state – and other Indonesian companies have already followed suit.
07 October 2020
German lawyers have cautiously welcomed a preventative restructuring regime outlined in a long-awaited draft bill that they hope will enable company rescues outside of insolvency and stymie the flow of companies who have headed abroad.
24 September 2020
Partner Stephen Alexander and associate Max Galt at Mourant in Jersey set out why a traditionally creditor-friendly offshore jurisdiction like Jersey, with its commercially minded and flexible Royal Court, would still benefit from introducing a statutory reorganisation process.
24 September 2020
When the clock struck midnight on 25 June, the UK’s restructuring and insolvency regime suddenly looked a lot friendlier for debtors, both temporarily pending the coronavirus’ havoc on the UK economy, and permanently. But does the new legislation rushed through parliament in under a month provide a serious contender to Chapter 11’s crown, or does it merely bring the UK up-to-date with the 1970s as one practitioner suggested?
11 September 2020
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