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A Hong Kong court has dismissed arguments it should hold off winding up a local note guarantor on the basis that a debt restructuring agreement was being worked out for the notes “in good faith” in Mainland China.
09 September 2020
A Hong Kong court has recognised the Bermudian “soft-touch” provisional liquidations of a metals company and a commodities trader, but has asked for consistency from foreign officeholders and courts seeking assistance.
08 September 2020
A British Virgin Islands court has refused to set aside a freezing order against the Chinese owner of insolvent cinema group SMI Holdings, addressing a recent appeal decision on Chabra injunctions.
18 August 2020
A Cayman court has declined to extend a worldwide freezing order against China’s Luckin Coffee chain, which entered provisional liquidation in July after confirming it misstated its 2019 accounts.
13 August 2020
A former Baker McKenzie and Deloitte practitioner has co-founded a new cross-border restructuring boutique focused on special situations and transactions in Switzerland, China and Singapore.
12 August 2020
China’s central bank has announced that it will allow troubled Baoshang Bank to become the first commercial lender to file for bankruptcy in China since 2001, in a move that could prompt other lenders to “step up” their risk assessments and internal audits amid growing non-performing loan portfolios.
12 August 2020
The Hong Kong Court of Appeal has upheld a lower court’s refusal to block the winding-up of a mainland Chinese conglomerate – but overturned its ruling on the requirements for winding-up foreign companies.
07 August 2020
Courts in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda and the British Virgin Islands have appointed “light touch” joint provisional liquidators over Chinese fertiliser company Century Sunshine Group.
05 August 2020
Singapore-listed oil and gas services company Hiap Seng Engineering and one of its subsidiaries have filed separate applications for judicial management in the city-state, with RHTLaw advising.
29 July 2020
A Bermudian court has appointed light-touch provisional liquidators over a locally incorporated paper company and asked a Hong Kong court for assistance, amid a potential investigation into auditing issues at the company.
27 July 2020
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