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AlixPartners directors have been appointed as administrators of Swissport’s Luxembourg-incorporated parent company, after the High Court in London accepted it had shifted its centre of main interests to England and Wales.
18 December 2020
An ad hoc group of Swissport’s senior unsecured noteholders has dropped its challenges to the Chinese-owned aviation group’s English scheme, just as the sanction hearing was due to start.
10 December 2020
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
Swiss snack machine operator Selecta is set to launch an English scheme of arrangement to restructure its New York law-governed notes, with Kirkland & Ellis guiding the company and Latham & Watkins advising noteholders.
18 September 2020
Offshore firm Ogier has appointed a former NautaDutilh partner in New York to its Luxembourg banking and finance team.
18 September 2020
An English court has published its reasons for convening scheme of arrangement meetings for Luxembourg-incorporated Flint Group, after applying new creditor notice requirements for the first time.
14 July 2020
Chinese-owned aviation services company Swissport has won Chapter 15 recognition of its English scheme in Delaware, which has now become effective.
07 July 2020
The High Court of Justice in London has sanctioned a scheme of arrangement for global paper manufacturer Lecta, after creditors voted overwhelmingly in favour of the plans last week.
28 January 2020
Luxembourg-incorporated industrial group Galapagos has announced the completion of a €1 billion multi-jurisdictional financial restructuring – though “rival” insolvency proceedings in Germany and noteholder lawsuits in New York rumble on.
10 October 2019
Irish oilfield services group Weatherford International has filed for Chapter 11 protection in a Texas bankruptcy court aiming to cut down its US$8.35 billion debt through a pre-packaged plan that envisages parallel proceedings in Ireland and Bermuda.
04 July 2019
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