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The Eversheds international guide to company insolvency

Although companies trade in an increasingly global market and despite advances in the recognition of foreign insolvencies in many jurisdictions, insolvency remains essentially national and the relevant law varies significantly from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.

How can we help?

Eversheds has expert lawyers across the world to help you cut through the complexity. The purpose of the Eversheds international guide to company insolvency is to provide a quick reference guide to company insolvency laws and procedures in a range of jurisdictions.

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Company insolvency law explained

This guide summarises the law relating to corporate insolvency and restructuring on a country by country basis and answers some of the questions most likely to be asked by distressed companies or their creditors. This guide only considers the rules that apply to general company insolvency. It does not address the insolvency procedures that apply to individuals or special insolvency regimes (for example, those applicable to credit institutions, investment banks or insurers). If you have a query in relation to such matters, please ask one of the Eversheds contacts named in the guide.

Eversheds’ restructuring and insolvency practice

Eversheds is one of the largest full service law firms in the world, with 55 offices across 29 countries. Our restructuring and insolvency practice covers key jurisdictions across the world and includes many lawyers listed as insolvency experts in the leading legal directories, Chambers and Legal 500.

 

Varied practice with notable expertise in restructuring and insolvency matters.”

 

 

Represents an impressive range of leading financial institutions.”

 

 

Particularly strong choice for cross-border transactions.”

 

Chambers Europe 2014

Any questions?

Local contacts for our offices are contained within this [guide]. If you have any country-specific questions or need case-specific advice, please do not hesitate to contact them. If you would like any further information about the guide generally or have any comments on it, then please contact Paul de la Pena or Jamie Leader