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A Hong Kong court has sanctioned a scheme of arrangement for a Bermuda-incorporated paper company, approving a last-minute amendment to address stock exchange concerns.
11 November 2021
UPDATED: Hong Kong-listed retail wholesaler Global Brands Group says it is preparing to wind up its ultimate holding company in Bermuda, while three of its UK subsidiaries have entered administration in England and another affiliate has filed for insolvency in Germany.
04 November 2021
The provisional liquidators of a US-owned Bermudian reinsurance group are seeking Chapter 15 recognition in New York, hoping to prevent potential investor litigation over historically large losses.
07 October 2021
Hong Kong’s Mr Justice Harris has refused to immediately wind up a Bermuda-incorporated coal group, finding the “obvious” place for a potential liquidation would be Bermuda.
03 September 2021
A creditor of Bermuda-incorporated Grand Peace Group Holdings has lost his bid to be substituted as petitioner in its winding-up proceedings to address a jurisdictional question, after a Hong Kong court found he was unable to show a “discernible and real benefit” from his application.
24 August 2021
Hong Kong-listed oil products supplier Titan Petrochemicals Group has been wound up in Bermuda despite claiming the petitioning creditor had conspired to siphon funds away from it.
19 August 2021
An international investment firm has defeated a contempt of court application in Bermuda over an alleged breach of a freezing order, but has been temporarily blocked from finalising the rescue of a coal mine through South African restructuring proceedings.
06 August 2021
A subsidiary of Bermuda-incorporated menswear retailer Trinity has been wound up in Hong Kong after the High Court described the group’s proposed restructuring as a “misnomer” – while a winding up hearing against its parent has been adjourned in Bermuda.
04 August 2021
Offshore rig operator Seadrill Limited has entered into a restructuring agreement with over half of its senior secured lenders, in a bid to cut its debts by over US$4.9 billion and raise new financing.
27 July 2021
The liquidators of a Hong Kong-incorporated paper company have applied for recognition in mainland China, in what marks the first such application since a historic cooperation agreement was implemented in May.
26 July 2021
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