UK Insolvency Service: Dodgy Directors Top Trumps

UK Insolvency Service: Dodgy Directors Top Trumps
As the Insolvency Service has recently reviewed in its Newsletter the type of conduct which led to the longest disqualification bans in 2014/2015, now would seem like a perfect opportunity to reflect on the lessons learned from the biggest offenders.
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Japan: Insolvency & Restructuring Analysis 2015
Hideki Matsushima is a “phenomenal” practitioner with experience in restructuring and insolvency matters. He is widely regarded as a “leading authority” in the field. Michihiro Mori has “made a name for himself in the insolvency sector” according to …
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Bank capitalisation: It's time to undertake bold reforms to deal corporate
At present, in absence of a comprehensive law on insolvency, it is dealt by three Acts: the Companies Act, the Sick Industrial Companies (Special Provisions) Act (Sica), and the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of …
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Peru: Subordination agreements in insolvency
However, one of the problems faced when structuring subordination agreements in which the debtor is a Peruvian entity, is that – although these agreements are valid, legal and binding under Peruvian Law – the Peruvian Insolvency Law (PIL) does not …
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