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International Insolvency & Restructuring Report 2023/24

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  • 68 Pages
  • May 2023
  • Region: Global
  • Capital Markets Intelligence
  • ID: 5406467

The International Insolvency & Restructuring Report is the leading global guide to the insolvency and restructuring marketplace.

The new 7th edition of the Report offers insights from leading global law firms, chambers and specialist insolvency consultancies.  Following a Foreword from John Martin, President of the International Insolvency Institute, the Report provides commentary on China’s role in the global economy, and particularly third world debt.

It offers opinion on the role of Security Agents in Out of Court Restructurings and discussion of liquidators’ claims against former directors, with a particular focus on wrongful trading and breach of duty. It also explores insolvency and restructuring practice in the following jurisdictions: Australia, Austria, China, Denmark, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, Singapore and UK.

Table of Contents

by John Martin, President, International Insolvency Institute, and Partner at Norton Rose Fulbright Australia


The current work by UNCITRAL in the area of insolvency law
UNCITRAL Secretariat

The role of the Security Agent in out of court restructurings

The light at the end of the tunnel and the last throw of the die: liquidators’ claims against former directors following Sequana
Serle Court

The brave new world of sovereign debt restructuring: the China conundrum and other challenges
Kargman Associates


A judicial send-off for ‘peak indebtedness’ and statutory set off: High Court of Australia finally clarifies unfair preference recoveries
Gilbert + Tobin

A quick guide to corporate insolvency in Austria
Fellner Wratzfeld & Partner Rechtsanwälte GmbH

The development of bankruptcy law in China
Zhong Lun Law Firm

New restructuring rules in Denmark, including preventive restructuring, new voting rules and mandatory reduction
Dahl Law Firm

India: All the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put Humpty together again
AZB & Partners

New tools for the solution of ‘crisis’ in the new Italian corporate crisis code: current issues and perspectives
Studio Legale Delfino e Associati Willkie Farr & Gallagher

Common struggles faced by international creditors in Luxembourg bankruptcy proceedings
Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg

Mexico’s new specialised insolvency courts and the muchneeded reforms to the Insolvency law
Palomino Hernandez Flores Abogados

Cross-class cramdown of secured creditors - Singapore’s implementation of a US Chapter 11 tool
WongPartnership LLP

UK: Cross Border Insolvency - Centre of Main Interests
Mayer Brown