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    Stockholm One Day Seminar

    Stockholm One Day Seminar

    Date
    22-05-2019
    Location
    Stockholm, Sweden
    Following on from our successful 2018 seminar in Helsinki, INSOL International is delighted to announce our first seminar to take place in the beautiful city of Stockholm. This seminar is organised in association with INSOL Europe and with the support of restructuring professionals from across the Nordic region.

    As the largest city and Capital of Sweden, Stockholm is comprised of 14 islands and more than 50 bridges across the Baltic Sea archipelago. Enjoy the cobblestone streets of the old Town, waterways and parks of the city area, or its wide range of shopping centres, museums and restaurants; Stockholm has something to offer whatever your tastes.

    The programme includes sessions on:
    • the implementation of the EU Directive and the practical challenges faced in Nordic countries;
    • restructuring in the region, focusing on the ongoing Componenta Group restructuring in Finland and Sweden;
    • the impact of Brexit; and
    • board directors’ liabilities. 
    The seminar will culminate with cocktails and dinner at Villa Källhagen, with stunning views of the Djurgårdsbrunn canal and the Nordic Museum.

    For more details or to register your place, visit INSOL International's website: https://www.insol.org/events/detail/118
    AIJA-INSOL Europe Joint Conference, Mallorca 2019

    AIJA-INSOL Europe Joint Conference, Mallorca 2019

    Date
    13-06-2019 to 15-06-2019
    Location
    Mallorca, Spain

    INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF YOUNG LAWYERS
    Young Members Group – INSOL EUROPE
    Insolvency Joint Conference - 13-15 June 2019 Mallorca

    Make twilight a new dawn: defensive and offensive strategies in insolvency matters.

    It is a given that in insolvency matters, the receiver is caught in the crossfire of opposing interests and offensive/defensive strategies. Entering an arrangement with creditors is an “offensive strategy” adopted by the company to tackle a crisis, especially for the purpose of a debt haircut. The flip side is the receiver can use the “offensive strategy“ to assert the shareholders’ liability, but the shareholders can also defend themselves by taking a variety of actions against the receiver.

    In light of these opposing interests, the seminar will seek to challenge and analyse the multilateral views and conflicts between all participants involved in insolvency proceedings. The programme will also explore their options to attack or defend themselves.

    For further information visit: www.aija.org/en/event-detail/417