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Cross Border Insolvency

Cross Border Insolvency

When a multi-national organisation is faced with financial difficulties, swift, accurate and sensitive advice is key in ensuring a successful outcome and establishing damage limitation.

With a continuously growing global economy, the majority of businesses have foreign assets, branches and investors that compound the already complicated process of insolvency and make navigating issues across the border a potential minefield.

Our team can assist with guidance to effectively protect your assets and represent your claims across the border, as well as use their international legal expertise to assist with restructuring, covering losses and enforcing any arbitrated judgements or awards both in the UK or further afield.

For more information on how we can assist or advice please contact corporatelaw@taylor-rose.co.uk

​Clear effective guidnace that you can trust should always be the first priority, the following are just some of the areas we can assist with in terms of this complex area of law. 

  • Assessing risk and value of foreign assets
  • Corporate restructuring
  • Management of client losses
  • Advise on the jurisdiction of your claim and the applicable law governing your claim
  • Arbitration
  • Cross border injunctions

For more detailed information please contact corporatelaw@taylor-rose.co.uk

 

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Cross border insolvency EU regulations
Cross border insolvency EU regulations

There are strict rules and regulations when it comes to cross border insolvency known as the European Council Regulation, applying to cross border insolvency proceedings conducted post 2002. The regulation applies to all members of the European Union (excluding only Denmark), and if it the case that proceedings should not fall under the European Union members jurisdiction, then it is the United Nations Commission on  International Trade Law, that is brought into effect. The European Council Regulation outlines two common types of insolvency procedures, the first being proceedings started and conducted over the border, where the debtor’s main interests are based. The second being...

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