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The Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018 – Reforming the law on contractual remedies

Posted in Bankruptcy Courts, Involuntary Bankruptcy, Singapore

On 30 July 2020 Singapore’s new “omnibus” Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018 (the Insolvency Act) came into effect. This marks the third phase in recent years to strengthen Singapore’s restructuring and insolvency laws.

The Insolvency Act consolidates the laws on insolvency, bankruptcy, restructuring and dissolution into a single enactment and introduces a number of changes to the restructuring and insolvency framework in Singapore including: (i) the introduction of a new licencing and regulatory regime for insolvency practitioners (liquidators, judicial managers and receivers); and (ii) enhancing the judicial management provisions to allow for a company to place itself into … Continue Reading

Global financial response to the COVID-19 crisis

Posted in Bankruptcy Courts, Involuntary Bankruptcy, US

We have launched our interactive cross-border guide to the financial support on offer to businesses during the COVID-19 crisis and considerations for banks, corporates and directors trading through the turmoil.

We also look at some of the issues being considered in the lending market as well as changes in insolvency law, reviewable transactions and tips for good governance of distressed companies.

Hopefully this guide will be of assistance to global operators looking to compare and contrast the impact of the crisis on their financial arrangements across a number of relevant jurisdictions.

A link to the product is here: https://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/covid-19-InternationalGovernmentResponse

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