Adoption and publication of the Regulation (EU) 2015/848 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2015 on insolvency proceedings (recast) in the Official Journal of the European Union C...
Insolvency & Restructuring
Luxembourg is the headquarter of many multinationals and holding companies and the stage of numerous international transactions. Within this framework and in the economic context of recent months, the number of restructuring and insolvency files has significantly increased. This situation has entailed a strong demand for experienced and dedicated lawyers benefiting from privileged relationship with international and independent experts.
“Insolvency and Restructuring” is one of the most sensitive and complex practice areas. It requires swift and efficient action, to coordinate with the various parties involved and to anticipate any issues arising from complex and/or cross-border situations. Our team has the technical knowledge and know-how to guide you through the various alternatives offered by Luxembourg.
Our lawyers have developed a sound track record, dealing with numerous cross-borders and international transactions and working closely with our tax specialists. They are able to advise you on the most appropriate options, assist in pending procedures and may represent you in court where required. The advice and assistance of our team will be a major asset for any investor, lender, creditor, director or other intervening party considering either restructuring or insolvency in the following areas:
- Corporate restructuring,
- Voluntary liquidation,
- Debt and loan restructuring,
- Distressed debt trading,
- Debt recovery,
- Re-capitalisation and refinancing,
- Due diligence,
- Dispute resolution.
During the second half-year of 2014, no less than five entities of the Luxembourg holding structure of the family controlled Banco Espirito Santo Group have had their fate in the hands of the judges o...
The aim of the current bill is to amend the procedures provided for by the law dated 8 December 2000 on over-indebtedness and to introduce a regime of civil bankruptcy (faillite civile) in Luxembourg ...