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Insolvency and Corporate Recovery

Our team of lawyers provide insolvency advice to corporates and individuals.

Financial distress can have far reaching implications for corporate and individuals alike and, in the current economic climate, stakeholders are looking at ways to reduce costs through the use of various corporate or financial restructuring tools. We work with businesses in financial difficulties across a range of sectors with the view to rescuing such businesses, mitigating risk and maximising recoveries. We have extensive experience of working on highly complex engagements across multiple jurisdictions.  

We act on both contentious and non-contentious matters for a variety of stakeholders which include debtors, funders and other creditors, insolvency practitioners, directors and parties interested in acquiring distressed assets or debt. The expertise and in depth sector knowledge of our lawyers enable us to provide innovative and pragmatic advice to assist our clients through the most difficult of situations. We act for banks, investment funds, primary and secondary lenders, distressed borrowers, creditors, boards of directors and insolvency practitioners in all types of recovery situations.  

Due to the international nature of our client base, we advise on cross-border insolvency issues under the EC Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings 2000 and the Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations 2006 and can draw on local jurisdiction expertise through our global network of offices and international relationships.  

We regularly advise on the following:

>  administrations

>  receiverships, including administrative, the Law of Property Act, court appointed

>  company and individual voluntary arrangements and Schemes of Arrangement

>  executive and directors’ duties, including misfeasance and wrongful trading

>  compulsory and voluntary liquidations

>  business restructuring and re-financing

>  de-mergers

>  security reviews and enforcement

>  recovery of assets

>  members Voluntary Liquidations

>  schemes of arrangement under the Companies Act

>  set-off and counter-claims in insolvency bankruptcies

>  professional partnership disputes and restructurings

>  forensic investigations, asset tracing and recovery

>  fraud investigations and prosecution

>  regulatory and compliance advice


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