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For the second time in a week, an English court has told the world’s largest cruise port operator to provide more information on advisers’ fees it plans to pay for noteholders under its scheme of arrangement.
11 February 2021
The world’s largest cruise port operator is seeking an English court’s permission to hold a creditors’ meeting on a scheme of arrangement but has been told it must provide more information on the payment of advisers' fees.
04 February 2021
The UK’s official receiver has named the investment arm of Turkey’s armed forces pension fund as the preferred buyer for British Steel.
16 August 2019
White & Case partners Ian Wallace in London and Güniz Gökçe in Istanbul, and local partner Ateş Turnaoğlu in Istanbul, discuss the outlook for restructuring in Turkey.
20 June 2019
In an era of excessive corporate debt, how important are debt-to-equity swaps as a resolution mechanism in the Gulf? Panellists in Dubai identified some of the challenges and opportunities offered by swaps - a relatively rare restructuring tool in the region.
18 September 2018
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