EU Study Group Mission Statement

Main Objectives
  • There is a need to continue our fruitful cooperation with the EU Study Group experts whose efficient assistance is always welcome and highly appreciated.
  • There is a need to continue our excellent relationship with the EU officials in order to comfort the position of INSOL Europe as one of the leading interlocutor in the field of insolvency.
  • There will be a need to explore the relevant topics of the forthcoming Insolvency III initiative, including the collection of insolvency data and to discuss the opportunity to collect statistics by outcomes (as it was done in 2018 by the EU Study Group).
  • We are continuing to explore ways in which to tap into expertise amongst Council and the general membership, particularly in light of future opportunities for consultation on ongoing projects.
Latest News

New EU Proposal for a Directive Harmonising Certain Aspects of Insolvency Law (COM(2022) 702 Final))

On 7 December 2022, the European Commission proposed new measures to further develop the EU’s Capital Markets Union (CMU), including a proposal for a Directive harmonising certain aspects of Insolvency…

Resilience in the face of Adversity – Dubrovnik Congress Report

INSOL Europe's second 'Annual Congress' of the year took place in its usual Autumn slot at the Rixos Hotel in Dubrovnik from 6-9 October with over 360 delegates in attendance, report Myriam Mailly and Paul…

FILA Celebrates 10 Years in Helsinki

INSOL Europe’s Chief Executive Officer, Paul Newson, was invited to be the opening speaker at FILA’s tenth anniversary event in Helsinki, Finland, from 18-19 August. The Finnish Insolvency Law Association…

Statement on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

In the early morning of 24 February 2022, Russia’s president Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine. Russian armed forces were deployed into Ukraine to seize control of the territory of a sovereign…

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