A virtual conference presented by the IBA Insolvency Section.
At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, lockdown, travel restrictions, disruptions of the supply chain, and the subsequent impact of this disruption, led to the global expectation of an economic crisis and a wave of bankruptcy. However, 18 months later, this appears not to be the case. The wave has not been as big as expected and/or there has been no wave at all. Partly, perhaps, due to massive support programmes implemented by governments worldwide.
This webinar poses the questions: Will this be a lasting effect, or does it just postpone the inevitable renewing of the calls to strengthen insolvency frameworks? Will it have a more fundamental impact on restructurings/insolvency? Will it have a more fundamental impact on restructurings/insolvency?
Matteo Bazzani;Carnelutti Studio Legale Associato, Milan; Mid-Year Meetings Conference Officer, IBA Insolvency Section
Gottfried Gassner;BINDER GRÖSSWANG Rechtsanwälte GmbH, Vienna; Mid-Year Meetings Conference Officer, IBA Insolvency Section
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Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Vice Chair, Legislation and Policy Subcommittee
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Alix Partners, London, England
BDO, New York, New York, USA
World Bank, Washington, District of Columbia, USA