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Our team provides advice on all matters related to distressed situations, corporate governance, insolvency and bankruptcy. We represent all parties who are involved in a financial distress situation including debtors, lenders, unsecured creditors, boards of directors, shareholders and new investors. We work with clients to understand their goals, strategies and tactics. We work in highly charged situations to develop tailored resolutions for our clients.
At some point in the corporate life cycle a client or its counterparties may be experiencing some form of financial distress. Spotted early enough, we can help anticipate liquidity issues and focus on stabilising current performance. If that is not possible we can advise on rescuing the business and maximising value for relevant stakeholders. We have extensive experience of working on highly complex engagements across multiple jurisdictions and deploying innovative restructuring solutions to capture value.
This may be through a negotiated solution or using appropriate restructuring tools to ensure an expedited cost effective restructuring process, whether that be a scheme of arrangement, a company voluntary arrangement, a pre-packaged administration, a foreign restructuring process or some combination of these different restructuring tools.
Where the company/LLP/partnership cannot be saved we work with them and their board of directors/members/partners to put them into some form of insolvency procedure such as administration, liquidation or partnership voluntary arrangement. We assist individuals before and through the bankruptcy procedure or seeking an individual voluntary arrangement with their creditors.
We also act for insolvency practitioners in dealing with the insolvent estates and assist in identifying taking possession of and realisation of assets for distribution to creditors.
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News & insights on Restructuring & Insolvency
Insights / New UK restructuring tool: a potential game changer for the maritime sector
30-06-2020 / Maritime
With some signs of cautious optimism mounting that the shipping industry may have weathered the worst of the challenges posed by the pandemic, companies will need to start considering their restructuring options to ensure that they remain competitive in an uncertain recessionary trading environment.
Insights / Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020: Breathing Space for Distressed Companies and Game-Changing Restructuring Tools
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (the ‘Act’) came into force on 26 June 2020, marking a momentous advancement for the UK’s restructuring and insolvency regime.
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Last week, the Indian government amended the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (“IBC”) by passing the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code Ordinance 2020 (“Ordinance”). The Ordinance was passed on and came into effect on 5 June 2020. The basic tenet of the Ordinance is to suspend fresh bankruptcy proceedings against persons impacted because of COVID-19 for at least six months, up to a maximum of one year.
News / Covid-19: Rising to the challenge - The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill (the “Bill”) published on 20 May 2020 represents the most significant development for restructuring and insolvency laws in the UK in nearly 20 years. The Bill, if passed in its present form, provides significant additional firepower to the UK restructuring arsenal, introducing a new restructuring regime that is capable of rising to the challenge of rescuing businesses and maximising stakeholder value in the difficult economic environment ahead.
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