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INSOL Europe.
The professional association for European restructuring and insolvency specialists

INSOL Europe is the European organisation of professionals who specialise in insolvency, bankruptcy and business reconstruction & recovery.

It is an association founded in 1981 and registered in France.

The goals and strategies of INSOL Europe are:

  • to lead the study and evaluation of insolvency, bankruptcy and business recovery law and practice in Europe
  • to disseminate technical and topical information on insolvency, bankruptcy and business recovery matters
  • to publish eurofenix for members
  • to maintain the INSOL Europe website for members and others
  • to hold international and regional congresses throughout Europe
  • to facilitate networking between members and exchange of professional experience
  • to discuss and negotiate with relevant officials of European national and international bodies in regard to any matter which may concern members
  • to make submissions and contribute to the work of European and other international official bodies who are affected by the insolvency process, or who have a role to play in the saving of businesses and jobs
  • to co-operate with INSOL International and its member organisations and other international associations in connection with any insolvency study or project
  • to assist in the education and training of members, their staff and others

Welcome to the European Insolvency Regulation Case Register website - www.insolvencycases.eu

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Greece met the budget goal set by its euro-area partners as a condition for talks on further debt relief. The government of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras recorded a primary budget surplus, which excludes interest payments, of 1.5 billion euros ($2.1 bill... ...

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