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Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr | South Africa | 1 Mar 2017

A company in financial distress presents its creditors with a compromise - pitfalls creditors should be aware of

The creditors of a company in financial distress are often faced with various options. A debtor company can either be liquidated, placed in business


Clyde & Co LLP | United Arab Emirates | 15 Aug 2013

Rescue options for UAE insurers

The slow tightening of solvency requirements due to the 2008 market crisis may place regional insurers under financial strain. This update provides


Rodyk & Davidson LLP | Singapore | 21 Mar 2011

Foreign liquidators of unregistered foreign companies

IntroductionThe Singapore High Court has confirmed that it will recognize the status and powers of a foreign liquidator in the liquidation of an unregistered foreign company in Singapore.


Bedell Cristin | Jersey | 21 Apr 2010

Winding up on just and equitable grounds

This judgment of the Royal Court in Jersey illustrates circumstances in which the court has been prepared to exercise its jurisdiction to order that a company be wound up on the grounds that it is just and equitable so to do.


Bedell Cristin | Jersey | 5 Mar 2010

In the matter of Centurion Management Services Limited 2009 JRC 227

During the course of last year, serious concerns led the JFSC to replacing the board of local trust company, Centurion Management Services Limited.


Ogier | Jersey | 30 Jan 2010

Just and equitable winding up in Jersey - the most appropriate remedy?

With an increasing number of insolvency proceedings before it, the Jersey courts have recently seen several cases involving court appointed liquidators.


Norton Rose Fulbright LLP | United Kingdom | 22 Oct 2009

Insolvency of insurance companies

The insolvency of UK insurance companies is, fortunately, a fairly rare event.


Norton Rose Fulbright LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Sep 2009

Restructuring incentive schemes

In these very challenging times, companies are under considerable pressure to ensure that remuneration strategies incentivise good, risk-balanced management which aligns investors’ interests with those of executives and employees.


Lowenstein Sandler LLP | USA | 22 Sep 2008

AIG: time to evaluate, not panic

Many of our clients wonder if, and how, the meltdown of AIG will affect them.

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