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Liquidator finds new way to get extension of time to bring unfair preference claim

Australia - April 14 2016 Although they should always keep time-frames very much in mind, the decision in BKA Practice Co Pty Ltd gives liquidators greater scope to find all...

Nick Poole.

24 December 2015 Cross-border insolvency provisions at work

Australia - December 24 2015 Cross-border insolvencies and restructuring might sound challenging, but there are some mechanisms that can make the process run surprisingly...

CU LAB: what's happening with the secondary debt market?

Australia - September 15 2015 There's been a drop-off, but Peter Bowden says things might be about to change. Click here to watch video....

Does a DOCA release a company from a debt arising under a guarantee?

Australia - August 6 2015 If the underlying debt has already been extinguished by a DOCA, can a secured creditor still enforce the charge? A recent case explored the role of...

Jarrod Blusztein, Nick Poole.

The end of the Tael: debt trades and accrued rights under the Loan Market Association standard terms

United Kingdom - May 28 2015 If fees and interest are received after settlement of a debt trade, can the seller recover them under the Loan Market Association (LMA) Standard...

Nick Poole, Talia Lirosi.