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Collas Crill
In this article, we provide a general overview of the insolvency and restructuring sectors in Jersey and Guernsey, followed by a practical update addressing the recent significant insolvency...
Jersey
Walkers
The right of a creditor who is owed a liquidated debt that is not subject to a bona fide and substantial dispute to have the debtor company wound up if that debt is not paid in accordance with its terms is fundamental to the proper functioning of any modern financial system.
Ogier
After a lengthy consultation period, Jersey's legislature recently passed the Companies (Amendment No.8) (Jersey) Regulations 2022 (Amendment No.8) amending the Companies...
UK
PDT Solicitors
As anticipated in our last article, the temporary restrictions in relation to winding up petitions were lifted on 1 April 2022.
Mayer Brown
In this episode, Amy Jacks (Partner, Restructuring, London) asks Michael Fiddy ten key questions on restructuring.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The High Court has dismissed claims brought by a business against a bank alleging the mis-selling of interest rate hedging products (IRHPs) and an unlawful means conspiracy regarding the ...
Quadrant Chambers
The last of the temporary measures introduced by the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 to help protect companies affected by lockdown restrictions during the Covid pandemic...
Mayer Brown
In May 2021, the UK Government published a Consultation which set out its proposals for targeted (but significant) amendments to certain aspects of the existing UK insolvency arrangements for insurers.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
There are distinct advantages to investors sitting on the boards of their portfolio companies, not least their ability to look after their investment and work toward maximising their return.
Blaser Mills
The minimum petition amount which was increased to £10,000.00, has also been removed and Petitions can be based on a debt of at least £750.
1 Chancery Lane
The 1st April 2022 marks another notable event in the return to ‘normality', this time for creditors, as restrictions on the issuing of Winding Up Petitions are lifted.
1 Chancery Lane
In the recent case of Baker v Financial Conduct Authority (Re Ipagoo LLP) [2022] EWCA Civ 302 the Court of Appeal has given useful guidance on the interaction of the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (EMRs)...
Mayer Brown
Amigo Loans were successful in their second attempt to persuade the High Court to grant permission to convene meetings of certain creditors to vote on alternative schemes of arrangement to resolve...
Mayer Brown
The first case to consider the requirement of a monitor to terminate a moratorium if they think a company is unable to pay certain debts was heard by the High Court on 4 February 2021.
1 Chancery Lane
The 1st April 2022 marks another notable event in the return to ‘normality', this time for creditors, as restrictions on the issuing of Winding Up Petitions are lifted.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
On 10 March 2022, the UK High Court held the adjourned sanction hearing regarding Smile Telecoms Holdings Limited's ("Smile") second proposed restructuring plan
Quadrant Chambers
Welcome to the next edition of the Insolvency Insight bulletin from the insolvency specialists at Quadrant Chambers.
DMH Stallard
On 21 December 2021 the Insolvency Service published its "Future of Insolvency Regulation" consultation paper, which sets out the government's proposals to radically change the regulatory framework for the insolvency profession.
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Ogier
With a sharp global increase in energy costs, localised inflation at record highs and interest rates trying to offer some counterbalance to the soaring costs of living driven by the...
Ogier
The current geo-political climate is contributing to the rapid rise to inflation rates in many countries around the world.
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