Our global restructuring lawyers are at the forefront of many of the most significant cross-border bankruptcy, restructuring and insolvency cases involving complex multi-jurisdictional issues and regional insolvency laws. With more than 50 offices in over 30 countries, our multilingual and culturally proficient lawyers have the experience to address issues posed by local laws and customs when cases cross borders.
We use the wide range of legal disciplines of lawyers from our worldwide offices in the fields of banking and finance; corporate, M&A and securities; and employment and labor to meet the challenges throughout all stages of a restructuring matter. Our ability to staff multi-jurisdictional deals using solely Norton Rose Fulbright personnel means we stand out by offering our clients seamless service in all relevant jurisdictions.
Our global team act for a full range of clients delivering worldwide restructuring and insolvency services in all key industry sectors. Our client portfolio includes lenders, private equity and distressed debt funds, hedge funds, bondholders, public and private corporations, debtors, liquidators, examiners, office-holders, secured and unsecured creditors, committees, management and other relevant stakeholders.
Our Dutch team act for a range of stakeholders in relation to financial restructuring, insolvency and distressed M&A non-contentious and contentious mandates. Our lawyers are at the forefront of some of the latest restructuring processes to find solutions for company and group reorganizations including restructuring plans under the Act on Court Confirmation of Restructuring Plans (the WHOA or the ‘Dutch scheme’) as well as out of court consensual restructuring, formal processes like the suspension of payments and bankruptcy and enforcement processes.