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Netherlands-registered subsea services provider DeepOcean Group has secured meetings for four classes of creditors to vote on its UK restructuring plans, which could lead to the first cross-class cram down challenge at a sanction hearing next month.
15 December 2020
15 December 2020
South African retail conglomerate Steinhoff has won court approval to convene two meetings for creditors to vote on its latest English scheme of arrangement – but funds controlled by distressed investor Centerbridge Partners are preparing to oppose it.
26 November 2020
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner partner Ian Benjamin has moved to Stephenson Harwood in London.
03 November 2020
With help from Allen & Overy, the Dutch arm of airline group Air France-KLM has submitted a restructuring plan to the Netherlands Ministry of Finance in the hope of securing a rescue package worth €3.4 billion.
05 October 2020
Switzerland-headquartered vending machine operator Selecta will hold a creditor vote on its English scheme of arrangement and seek recognition of it in the US, after winning permission to do so from a London court today.
02 October 2020
Low price homeware retailer HEMA’s restructuring through English, US and Dutch courts is a “perfect example” of how European brands with complex capital structures can restructure with minimal fallout, lawyers working on the case have told GRR – but it may be the last scheme of its kind.
17 September 2020
The High Court in London has sanctioned Dutch retailer Hema’s English scheme of arrangement, allowing it to restructure €600 million of senior secured notes as part of a comprehensive, multi-jurisdictional financial restructuring.
24 August 2020
Dutch retailer Hema has asked a New York court to recognise its UK scheme of arrangement, hours after a majority of scheme creditors voted to approve it.
21 August 2020
An English court has sanctioned schemes for seven international subsidiaries of Luxembourg-headquartered Flint Group, finding a change of governing law in their debt agreements gave the companies sufficient connection to England.
30 July 2020
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