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Germany Amends Insolvency Regime
9 March 2012
Germany amended insolvency regime with effect as of March 1, 2012. A new preliminary creditors’ committee will allow creditors to influence appointment of insolvency administrators.
By utilizing an insolvency plan it is now possible to achieve a debt to equity swap without approval of existing shareholders which increases the flexibility for insolvency restructurings and gives investors more incentive to invest in the debt of stressed or distressed companies.
Philipp von Holst
Dr. Peter Wand
5th Annual European High Yield Bond Conference
Effect of Sanctions on M&A, Corporate Finance and Capital Markets Transactions in Russia
Volcker Rule FAQ Expands Ability of Non-U.S. Banks to Invest in Private Funds
Michael E. Wiles Appointed SDNY Bankruptcy Judge by U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit