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Restructuring Touchpoint

Singapore: A Model (Law) Jurisdiction - Part 2 The turnaround decision in Re PT Garuda

June 19, 2024

Singapore’s public policy exception threshold aligns with other leading jurisdictions.

Norton Rose Fulbright’s global restructuring group releases the Q2 2024 issue of International Restructuring Newswire

April 29, 2024

NRF's global restructuring team has released its quarterly International Restructuring Newswire.

Singapore - A Model Law Jurisdiction - Part 1 - The turnaround decision in Re Ascentra Holdings Inc

April 08, 2024

Solvent Liquidations can be recognised as foreign main proceedings.

Credit insurers and their overlooked role in corporate restructurings

March 22, 2024

We examine what a trade credit insurance is and why it is important to keep insurers close in special situations.

Assetless administrations and the role of the public liquidator – how does Australia compare to other jurisdictions?

February 28, 2024

We examine Australia’s current assetless administration framework, including the Assetless Administration Fund.

Voluntary Wind-Down - The Dutch Temporary Turboliquidation Transparency Act

February 23, 2024

An explanation on the Dutch Temporary Turboliquidation Transparency Act.

English Court of Appeal sets aside Adler restructuring plan

January 30, 2024

The Court of Appeal overturned the High Court’s decision to sanction the Adler Group’s restructuring plan

Suspension of contractual obligations and the moratorium in South African business rescue

January 18, 2024

The South African Companies Act, 2008 (the Companies Act) provides a statutory financial restructuring mechanism.

Shareholders could veto StaRUG proceedings

January 11, 2024

After many had proclaimed the German StaRUG to have failed as an effective preventive restructuring regime.

When can the English court order a standalone moratorium?

January 04, 2024

A standalone moratorium was introduced as part of the UK’s 2020 corporate insolvency reforms. The legislation provides an initial 20 business day payment holiday in respect of most ‘pre-moratorium’ debts.