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    INSOL Europe is the European organisation of professionals who
    specialise in insolvency, business reconstruction and recovery.
    It is an association founded in 1981 and registered in France.

    INSOL Europe has over 1,200 members across Europe and beyond. If you are a lawyer, accountant, insolvency practitioner, academic, lender, regulator, member of the judiciary, credit manager, credit insurer or a student of the insolvency discipline, then you can apply to become a member.



    The goals and strategies of INSOL Europe are:

    to lead the study and evaluation of insolvency, 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

    Annual Congress 2017: Warsaw

    Med firm's profits up 44% despite restructuring costs

    by Gordon Deegan Pre-tax profits at one of the largest employers in the south-east, the Irish arm of the multinational medical products company formerly known as Genzyme, last year soared 44% to €99.4m. Newly-filed accounts show revenues at the Waterford-based company which employs nearly 700 people here increased 29% to €1.27bn.

    Eurobank’s Q3 profit at 61 million euros

    Eurobank’s third-quarter net profit came to 61 million compared to 37.3 million in the second quarter as provisions for impaired loans remaining broadly flat, Greece’s third-largest lender by assets said on Thursday. The company said the figure was before discontinued operations and restructuring costs from planned disposal of assets in Romania.

    Maersk dragging its feet over radioactive waste

    According to Maersk Oil, restructuring within the company has been the cause of it having taken 18 months to respond to a number of demands from the authorities regarding 450 tonnes of low-level nuclear waste stored in Esbjerg. READ ALSO: Risø to continue as Denmark’s nuclear waste storage facility Back in July 5 last year, the Danish health authority, Sundhedsstyrelsen, contacted Maersk regarding the waste because it was felt that it was not being stored safely, reports DR Nyheder.

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