Cross-border and international

Structural weaknesses in the Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency?

Cross-border insolvency law necessarily tries to ensure that insolvency proceedings about a debtor in different jurisdictions are co-ordinated and fully

NZ insolvency practitioner co-regulation – new law proposed

In a forthcoming article, I examine an aspect of Australia’s new regime for the (over) regulation of insolvency practitioners, which

One pre-packaged insolvency – coming up

An option for a quick resolution of an insolvent business is its quick pre-packaged exit, and transfer of assets to

Cross-border regulation of insolvency practitioners

The Insolvency Law Reform Act 2016 introduced a stronger regulatory regime over insolvency practitioners.  It may not have been noticed

Singapore’s new debt restructuring regime – the steak knives are out

Competition between courts and the legal regimes in which they operate is perhaps an odd concept, contrary to the image