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The German administrator of scandal-hit payment processor Wirecard has asked a Pennsylvania court to recognise its Munich-based insolvency and to block securities litigation pending in the US.
12 April 2021
A Texas bankruptcy court has granted full recognition to Canadian retail energy provider Just Energy’s CCAA proceedings, which were triggered by the unprecedented winter storms and skyrocketing electricity prices in Texas in February.
09 April 2021
The Israeli trustee of a property investor once rumoured to be Israel’s largest private bankrupt has persuaded an English court to transfer him the rights to a UK company believed to be at the top of a structure intended to hide German assets – though no assets have been identified as yet, even by private investigators.
08 April 2021
Greensill Bank’s German insolvency administrator has obtained interim recognition in Australia and has used Eversheds Sutherland to make a similar application in the UK.
07 April 2021
A long list of law and advisory firms have helped international hotel operator AccorInvest Group secure additional financing and complete a multi-jurisdictional restructuring of its €4.5 billion debt pile.
07 April 2021
Greensill’s Asia arm has entered provisional liquidation in Singapore, following the finance group’s UK and Australian administration proceedings, German insolvency filing and US Chapter 11.
30 March 2021
One day after a US unit of collapsed finance group Greensill filed for Chapter 11 protection, a New York court has adjourned a first-day hearing to approve interim debtor-in-possession financing after raising issues with “awfully expensive” exit fees.
26 March 2021
An Irish vehicle created to invest in historic German real estate has been wound up by the High Court in Dublin, eight months after a property group it put money into collapsed in Germany amid “profoundly worrying allegations”.
23 March 2021
A US coal miner owned by the governor of West Virgina has sued collapsed finance group Greensill for alleged fraud, a week after an English court appointed Grant Thornton as its administrators.
18 March 2021
A few months after taking over as Piper Sandler’s global head of restructuring, veteran Wall Street banker Todd Snyder speaks to GRR about a potential boom in infrastructure investment, why sub-Saharan Africa is a likely place for new investment activity and his “almost religious” belief in the importance of restructuring to the good functioning of the free market.
15 March 2021
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