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Partner and head of Grant Thornton’s Africa insolvency & asset recovery offering Amaechi Nsofor speaks to GRR about the challenges of enforcing securities and judgments in Africa, why he expects creditors with assets in the region to turn to funding solutions, and how Grant Thornton’s asset recovery fund represents a "first mover" advantage.
29 July 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
West African gold miner Avocet has appointed joint administrators from Duff & Phelps in London, one week after its shareholders voted against placing the company into a members’ voluntary liquidation.
22 August 2019
Last year, the Ghanaian branch of African bank Stanbic became the first party to use an English judgment as evidence of a debt to trigger insolvency proceedings under India’s Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016. The bank’s English counsel – Thomas Williams of Sultan Al-Abdulla & Partners, and Anna Booth and Michael Lee of Womble Bond Dickinson – explain how they did it.
20 May 2019
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