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The Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) has floated potential reforms to attract more insolvency practitioners to register in the UAE free zone – and is seeking input.
13 June 2022
Uganda’s tax authority has been ordered to reimburse Bank of India as a secured creditor of an insolvent bottled water supplier, after it seized and disposed of some of the company’s assets to recover unpaid taxes.
01 June 2022
Teneo has appointed new leaders in the US and Saudi Arabia from lender and credit asset manager Golub Capital and financial services group Swicorp.
19 May 2022
A global software group with operations around the world has sought Chapter 11 protection in New York, blaming its former management for misstating revenues in 2018 and 2019.
18 May 2022
Partner Mark Fine and senior associate Nicholas Jupp at McDermott Will & Emery in London examine two novel aspects to the restructuring plan that the English High Court sanctioned for African telecoms group Smile earlier this year: its exclusion of out-of-the-money creditors, and the fact it varied the rights of a foreign company’s shareholders.
11 May 2022
The administrators of NMC Healthcare’s UK-based holding company have launched formal legal proceedings against EY for audit negligence, saying the action is part of their obligation to maximise returns for creditors.
03 May 2022
A pair of Saudi Arabian construction and contracting companies have completed restructurings under the Kingdom’s four-year-old financial reorganisation regime, with the help of Deloitte, Latham & Watkins and Middle East-focused firm LawArche.
13 April 2022
One of NMC Healthcare’s creditors has been blocked from pursuing enforcement proceedings against it in Dubai, after a court in Abu Dhabi’s financial free zone found the action was contrary to the terms of the company’s administration and related deeds of company arrangement.
11 April 2022
An Omani citizen’s fight to overturn Chapter 15 recognition of his English bankruptcy has moved up to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeal, after two failed attempts in Florida courts.
07 April 2022
A Kuwaiti telecoms company may finally serve a two-year-old English bankruptcy petition on a Saudi prince, after the High Court reasoned the prince’s name being registered for council tax in London meant he had a place of residence there.
05 April 2022
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