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A US private equity firm has made a US$150 million investment offer to embattled Singaporean water treatment company Hyflux, days before a judicial management application is set to be heard in the Lion City’s High Court.
13 October 2020
In the first written judgment of its kind, a British Virgin Islands court has approved third party funding agreements for litigation and other liquidation fees and expenses in relation to a multinational Ponzi scheme.
01 October 2020
NMC Health’s UAE entities have been placed into administration in Abu Dhabi’s financial free zone, after successfully applying for protection against enforcement of debt claims this weekend.
28 September 2020
An English court has sanctioned a scheme of arrangement for international commodity trader ED&F Man, paving the way for it to restructure debts governed by English and New York law.
09 September 2020
International commodity trader ED&F Man has secured unanimous backing for its UK scheme of arrangement during two creditors’ meetings.
02 September 2020
Scandal-hit payment processor Wirecard has agreed to sell assets in the UK, Brazil and Germany, while a Munich court has accepted its parent’s administration filing and insolvency proceedings continue in Australia and New Zealand.
01 September 2020
Scandal-hit UAE hospital operator NMC Healthcare is planning to file for administration in Abu Dhabi’s financial free zone, four months after its London-listed holding company entered administration in England.
20 August 2020
London-headquartered foreign exchange company Travelex has completed its restructuring after joint administrators from PwC were brought in to sell some of the group’s UK entities to its senior secured noteholders.
07 August 2020
An unsecured group of Hyflux’s bank lenders are preparing an application to place it under judicial management, while the embattled Singaporean company has also received new proposals from US and UAE investors.
28 July 2020
A Bermudian court has extended a Mareva injunction against a locally-registered commodities trader, finding there was a risk of dissipation of its only realisable asset – a claim in the South African restructuring of a coal mine formerly owned by the Gupta family.
27 July 2020
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