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A consortium of shareholders seeking to disrupt South African conglomerate Steinhoff’s global settlement has withdrawn its opposition to the group’s Dutch suspension of payments proceedings – but other claimant groups remain hostile in the Netherlands and South Africa.
08 June 2021
In what has been described as “the most important WHOA case so far”, a Dutch court has approved a restructuring expert and cooling-off period for football club ADO Den Haag, but refused to approve the sale of one of its players to another team.
26 May 2021
A Dutch court has explained why missing information led it to give intention to appoint an observer for a local construction company’s scheme of arrangement, before eventually declaring the company bankrupt.
14 May 2021
The Swiss branch of Russia’s Gazprombank has told an English court that one of Ukrainian coal miner DTEK’s English schemes does not have a “real prospect” of being recognised in key foreign jurisdictions following Brexit.
13 May 2021
Dutch football club ADO Den Haag has launched WHOA proceedings in the Netherlands, blaming its Chinese owner for failing to meet €2 million of loan obligations.
07 May 2021
A Dutch court has sanctioned a scheme of arrangement for a local horticulture business after allowing it to exclude creditors with claims accumulated after a cut-off point.
26 April 2021
A shipping company’s German liquidator has failed to recover payment of an affiliate’s Dutch law debt, after an EU court found that third party payments are subject to the governing law of their contract rather than insolvency proceedings.
23 April 2021
Ukrainian coal miner DTEK has won permission to hold creditor votes on two English schemes, despite opposition from a Russian bank creditor on lack of jurisdiction grounds.
16 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
In another first for the new Dutch scheme, a court has approved a farm operator’s restructuring even though an unsecured creditor was mistakenly left out of the vote and there were indications that the creditor class divisions were incorrect.
11 March 2021
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