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The Swiss branch of Russia’s Gazprombank has told an English court that one of Ukrainian coal miner DTEK’s English schemes does not have a “real prospect” of being recognised in key foreign jurisdictions following Brexit.
13 May 2021
RPC’s Paul Bagon, Will Beck and Kate Watson consider the alternative avenues for recognition of schemes in the EU following a setback in the UK’s bid to join the Lugano Convention – and discuss the broader landscape for international recognition of insolvency proceedings after Brexit.
11 May 2021
A shipping company’s German liquidator has failed to recover payment of an affiliate’s Dutch law debt, after an EU court found that third party payments are subject to the governing law of their contract rather than insolvency proceedings.
23 April 2021
To help avoid time-consuming and costly jurisdictional disputes, the European insolvency law thinktank CERIL has created a framework for EU practitioners and courts to identify the kinds of actions that qualify “as deriving directly from insolvency proceedings” under Article 6(1) of the recast European Insolvency Regulation.
16 April 2021
After over four years of negotiations, the UK and the European Union last week signed a trade agreement to help govern their future relationship – but lawyers have voiced concerns about the complete absence of insolvency cooperation provisions.
06 January 2021
The European Central Bank gave sufficient reasons as to why it refused to disclose information on its suspension of credit flows to Portuguese “bad bank” Banco Espírito Santo ahead of the bank's resolution six years ago, the EU’s highest court has said, partially overturning a lower court’s ruling.
26 October 2020
“There’s fear and panic right now and there’s no real way to quell that.” Fresh off the back of the Turnaround Management Association’s distressed investment conference in Las Vegas, GRR spoke to the organisation’s CEO, Scott Stuart, about coronavirus-induced confidence in distressed markets and how firms are set up to deal with the forthcoming economic shockwaves.
17 March 2020
An English judge has asked the EU Court of Justice to decide whether a pension registered in Ireland should be exempted from a UK bankruptcy estate in the same way a UK pension would be.
31 January 2020
European Union member states have approved a proposal for an out-of-court enforcement mechanism to help stop the build-up of non-performing loans (NPLs).
02 December 2019
In what has been described as a “yet another path-breaking development” for the country, a working group set up by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India has published its proposals for a new group insolvency law.
17 October 2019
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