cross-border

Insolvency licensing bodies confirmed for New Zealand’s new regulatory regime

The New Zealand Registrar of Companies has approved the first licensing bodies for the commencement of the new regulatory regime …

What’s up, or on, in insolvency, early in 2018?

The following commentary on submissions due, events and conferences, professional standards, international and local, hearings and case law*, all in …

Protocol for International Recognition of Insolvency Proceedings Affecting Natural Persons

As INSOL International explains, this Protocol of June 2017 is a project that has been completed by members of the …

INSOL’s Statement of Principles for a Global Approach to Multi-Creditor Workouts

INSOL International has issued a second and updated edition of its Statement of Principles for a Global Approach to Multi-Creditor …

A Russian liquidation – part of “a long and abusive campaign on the part of the Russian Government”

Claims that the reinstated liquidation of a Russian company – DSL – was part of “a long and abusive campaign …

Protected: A CALDB decision against a liquidator under the existing law, and how the new law will operate

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Leave to sue despite a cross-border insolvency stay

Leave has been given by the English High Court for a claimant to continue proceedings against STX, a Korean ship …

New Zealand – the outlier of international insolvency regulation

Australia and other countries will be relieved that New Zealand is again looking at licensing and regulating its insolvency practitioners. …