Global operational resilience and COVID 19 survey
Financial institutions have to deal with two challenges in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Voluntary administration and the evolving judicial approach to the reallocation of financial risk in the face of COVID-19
Under Australian law, voluntary administration is intended to be a fast and efficient process to facilitate the restructuring, sale or, if necessary, liquidation of an insolvent company.
Investor-state claims in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic
States have taken urgent and extraordinary steps to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus and to address the public health and economic crisis that the virus has caused. Some such measures are aimed directly at the need to treat those affected by the virus.
Global financial response to the crisis: A cross-border guide
With disruptions to supply chains and significant impacts to regional workforces, some corporates may be left with little other choice than to restructure their business.
Investing into the UK: Issues for Asian investors
The recent measures introduced across Europe to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic have led to volatility in the public equity markets which exceed even that of the global financial crisis in 2008/9
COVID-19: Implications from an antitrust and competition law perspective
The current COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis sweeping the world is having a hugely disruptive impact on society and business, and our first thoughts and best wishes are with our clients, colleagues and their families who are facing this unprecedented public health challenge.
COVID-19 and the practical implications for the global aviation industry
COVID-19 (coronavirus) has had an early and extreme effect on the aviation industry.
COVID-19 and its impact on project finance transactions
With the dramatic plunge in oil prices, school and business shutdowns and increased concern around the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the need for project financiers and borrowers to consider the implications under their finance documents has become even more pressing.