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Major Insolvency Reform: India


Michael Sloan and Kathryn Smith from Ashurst share their article with us. A new Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Code) has been passed in India. The Code is aimed at modernising the process of liquidation and revival of companies in India. Why was reform necessary? The previous process was Court driven and often resulted in a […]

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  • The way of the whale: stranded carbon assets


    Carl Gunther at KPMG shares his article, The way of the whale: stranded carbon assets with us. Chairing a session recently at the Sydney 2016 Euromoney Distressed Debt Conference titled “What options do investors have with stranded, or potentially stranded “carbon” assets on their books?” I asked panellists to reflect on the way of the whale in […]

  • Title: Crisis Spawns Reform – positive changes proposed, however tread carefully.


    A mooted law reform in Queensland to impose personal liability for environmental damage could harm turnarounds.  The legislation, which is aimed at the Queensland Nickel debacle, not only seeks to impose liability on recalcitrant directors but it would also impose liability on newly appointed “cleanskin” directors and officers as well as professional advisors and financiers.  It has the […]

  • Not a sure thing? LMA secondary trades of surety bonds, bank guarantees and letters of credit


    Paul Apathy from Herbert Smith Freehills shares his article Not a sure thing? LMA secondary trades of surety bonds, bank guarantees and letters of credit with us. Taken to the English High Court earlier this year, the GSO Credit – A Partners LP v Barclays Bank Plc case centred on the interpretation of key terms used in […]

  • BREXIT: The final countdown What it means for the EU


    Ashurst share their article, BREXIT: The final countdown. What it means for the EU with us. After months of build-up, we now know the crucial date. David Cameron has announced that the UK’s Referendum on whether to remain in the EU will take place on 23 June 2016. Whilst there is no longer uncertainty as […]

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