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R3 and INSOL Europe Conference on Cross-border Restructuring and Insolvency

R3 and INSOL Europe Conference on Cross-border Restructuring and Insolvency

After a three year hiatus, the 17th annual R3 and INSOL Europe Conference on Cross-border Restructuring and Insolvency returns to London on 15 June 2023, taking place at the sumptuous venue, No.11 Cavendish Square, a stone’s throw away from Oxford Circus.
This cross-border restructuring and insolvency conference is co-hosted by the UK trade body, R3, and its European wide equivalent, INSOL Europe, the first such conference since 2019 -  so save the date!
The conference programme has been designed to bring together practitioners from across the memberships and beyond to share experiences and debate topical cross-border issues. Sessions will cover the latest insights, direct from top practitioner experts in the field. Delegates will gain insight into the most recent developments and trends in this fast moving area.

This in-person, one-day, conference is aimed at all restructuring and insolvency professionals with an interest in cross-border matters whatever your level of experience. Including UK and  European lawyers and insolvency practitioners, financial advisers, lenders, distressed asset investors, judges and academics. There will be something of interest for everyone.

There will be opportunities for networking with other delegates throughout the day and during the drinks reception.

Registration and further information is available on the R3 website here.

We look forward to seeing you there!
The R3 and INSOL Europe Team
AIJA INSOL Europe YMG Joint Conference

AIJA INSOL Europe YMG Joint Conference

29-06-2023 to 01-07-2023

** Early-bird discount extended until 16 May! **

“Leaving stormy waters to sail away for new horizons”

Our Young Members Group is delighted to announce its next joint event with AIJA in the beautiful city of Seville, Spain on 29th June – 1st July. Further details and registration is available here.
Insolvency is often linked to a certain fatalism, especially in times of crisis. How could we blame such an assessment considering the successive distressful events that we are facing since 2019 for various reasons (COVID-19, energy crisis, etc…)?

However, insolvency may also mean a fresh start for companies, and even new business opportunities. Distress situations may also enable companies to rethink their models, strategies, and approach to the market. 

Moreover, nowadays, more jurisdictions provide with pre-insolvency tools that would allow a turnaround before it is too late. Many legislators shape their insolvency legislations in a flexible way in order to adapt the tools to each situation and favour restructuring (as opposed to bankruptcy) while maintaining a balance between various (antagonistic)interests (existing creditors, new lenders, old shareholders, new shareholders, etc.).

The challenges go beyond the restructuring in itself. Once the crisis peak is overcome, what would be the most effective strategies to attract investors and to deal with creditors while a company undergoes a long-term reorganisation? Do we see newcomers in the restructuring landscape?

We are very pleased to invite you to join this seminar where we will seek to shed a new light on insolvency and highlight the business opportunities behind pre-insolvency, insolvency and beyond. The programme will also provide sound input and guidance from lenders/investors’ perspective, which will enlighten our legal horizons as legal practitioners.

The seminar will take place in Seville, Spain, a beautiful city where modernity and Andalusian traditions merge to form a unique atmosphere. Seville is the perfect place to continue to strengthen our ties and to enjoy a memorable social moment that we prefer to be kept secret at this stage! We count on you!