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A Miami bankruptcy court has granted Chapter 15 recognition of the liquidation of what is alleged to be the first major Ponzi scheme investigated under Chilean law, while fraud proceedings against the group continue in the city’s District court.
04 January 2017
A Russian government agency acting as trustee of a collapsed Russian bank has filed for Chapter 15 protection in New York amid litigation proceedings brought by a Panamanian investment manager.
03 January 2017
Few Latin American M&A transactions are straightforward, but none prove as complicated as those arising out of a cross-border bankruptcy proceeding, according to panellists at the 7th annual M&A conference put on by GRR’s sister magazine Latin Lawyer.
03 January 2017
A Delaware bankruptcy court has dismissed objections from a creditor and the US trustee to confirm a Chapter 11 plan for Abengoa’s US subsidiaries, less than a week after it recognised a Spanish court’s approval of the company’s global restructuring agreement.
16 December 2016
The liquidators of Chilean investment management firm Onix Capital have filed for Chapter 15 recognition of its involuntary insolvency proceedings as its US arm faces a run of fraud allegations filed by US authorities.
12 December 2016
The Grand Court and Appeals Court of the Cayman Islands have handed down three judgments related to different international discovery proceedings in the ongoing litigation surrounding the Primeo Fund, a Cayman-based investment vehicle that was brought down by Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.
09 December 2016
The Dutch administrators of Brazilian telecoms company Oi have filed bankruptcy proceedings for the group's local arms in an Amsterdam court, as rifts between bondholders and intervention from government authorities delay its Brazilian judicial reorganisation.
07 December 2016
A Cayman Islands appeals court has upheld the authority of liquidators to pursue clawback actions in the name of pari passu distribution, dismissing a challenge from an investor into a Cayman vehicle whose manager was found to have fraudulently covered up its insolvency.
28 November 2016
An Anguillan liquidator is seeking Chapter 11 protection for an Anguillan bank in New York, to facilitate an investigation into the whereabouts of assets believed to be held at Bank of America in the US.
25 November 2016
A majority in the UK Privy Council has denied claims from PricewaterhouseCoopers for costs incurred to fulfill a pair of disclosure orders in aid of liquidations in the Cayman Islands before the orders were nixed on jurisdictional grounds.
18 November 2016
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