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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
A BVI appeal court has upheld the local recognition of an Israeli personal bankruptcy but found that the bankrupt’s Israeli officeholder cannot be granted assistance, a decision the court said it came to “with some regret”.
24 February 2021
US-Israeli litigation funder Validity Finance has hired former Kirkland & Ellis partner Sarah Williams as portfolio counsel in Houston, as demand for bankruptcy-related funding increases.
09 November 2020
An English court has sanctioned a scheme of arrangement for international commodity trader ED&F Man, paving the way for it to restructure debts governed by English and New York law.
09 September 2020
International commodity trader ED&F Man has secured unanimous backing for its UK scheme of arrangement during two creditors’ meetings.
02 September 2020
An international commodity trader has secured court approval to convene meetings for its creditors to vote on a UK scheme of arrangement, with Clifford Chance, A&O and Akin Gump taking roles.
11 August 2020
An English judge has ordered a British property tycoon into bankruptcy after four years of proceedings, refusing to adjourn for his second proposed individual voluntary arrangement where the largest creditor would be voting for an outcome it had little interest in.
17 July 2019
Ernst & Young has obtained Chapter 15 protection for a Toronto-based advertising technology company, which it said was hit by Facebook’s deletion of over a billion fake accounts.
21 June 2019
The English Court of Appeal has voided a British property developer’s individual voluntary arrangement after finding former Icelandic bank Kaupthing should not have been permitted to vote on it.
31 July 2018
Canadian construction group Urbancorp’s (UCI) Israeli foreign representative has failed to secure an Ontario court’s approval for a settlement that the group entered with private equity investor Terra Firma Capital over a Canadian debtor’s estate, after the court found the debtor itself had not been consulted.
21 May 2018
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