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Commodity trader Antanium Resources has secured sanction of the first Singaporean scheme of arrangement to include a class of insured creditors, a year after its creditors obtained a novel order for the compulsory appointment of a chief restructuring officer.
23 June 2023
A medical equipment wholesaler has had its petition for a second moratorium in Singapore rejected, after the High Court found it had not made the filing in good faith.
19 May 2023
A Singapore court has explained why it declined to extend moratoria for four companies in an international social media app start-up that are pursuing a British property tycoon for damages over revoked freezing orders they say drove them to distress.
10 February 2023
A week after securing a provisional moratorium in Rio de Janeiro, Oi’s Brazilian parent and two Dutch affiliates have turned to White & Case again to help them secure recognition of their Brazilian proceedings in the US and the UK.
09 February 2023
Three subsidiaries of Malaysian oil and gas services company Sapura Energy have secured Singaporean recognition of their ongoing restructuring proceedings following a flurry of winding up petitions filed against the group last year.
01 February 2023
Shook Lin & Bok and KordaMentha are advising a Singaporean investment holding company that has applied for a moratorium amid a delayed restructuring with a Canadian group, a failed deal to sell some dental clinics, and letters of demand from a bank.
16 January 2023
The UK’s restructuring plan has been a success since it was introduced two years ago, according to a government report, but the country’s new moratorium tool has not been as effective in meeting its policy objectives.
22 December 2022
Crypto group Zipmex has secured an extension of its Singaporean moratoria, but a local judge criticised its advisers for failing to keep the court informed of developments at its Indonesian subsidiary.
06 December 2022
Preventing a potential stand-off with the Irish courts, a US appeals court has denied a request by an Irish citizen resident in Illinois to enforce a Chapter 11 stay against his Irish creditors.
22 September 2022
Property developer China Fortune Land has revealed details of a proposed debt swap that it will offer to holders of eleven tranches of bonds issued by a Cayman subsidiary – with plans to pursue an English scheme of arrangement if a consent proposal fails.
16 September 2022
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