Past events

For information about events not listed, please contact Caroline Taylor.
2024 EECC Conference, Krakow, Poland

2024 EECC Conference, Krakow, Poland


Congress Venue 
This year our Conference will be held at the Sheraton Grand Krakow, Powiśle 7, 31-101 Kraków, Poland 

INSOL Europe has reserved a limited number of rooms at the conference venue, available to book here.

Early Booking Discount 
Register your place at the Conference before midnight on Thursday 18 April to receive the early booking discount.  

Getting There 
Sheraton Grand Krakow is centrally located and sits beside the Vistula River, 13 km away from John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice. A taxi or bus from the airport takes approximately 30 minutes.  

When to Arrive 
The registration desk will be open from 18.00 – 19.00 on Thursday 13 June and will reopen at 08.00 on Friday 14 June.  

Pre-Conference Dinner 
There will be an optional pre-conference networking drinks and dinner at Sheraton Grand Krakow starting at 19.00 on Thursday 13 June. The cost of this dinner is 75+VAT, this can be added at the point of registering. 

Optional Tour - Salt Mine
During your stay in Krakow we highly recommend visiting the World UNESCO Heritage Site "Wieliczka" salt mine. To book tickets directly from the venue click here. The tour costs 35 euros per person and lasts 2-3 hours in duration.
Pre-book a taxi *30 minutes
Visit via public transport *40 minutes

Continuing Professional Education 
A number of CPE points and academic hours of professional education will be awarded for attendance at the conference by the local professional associations. Please contact Harriet Taylor after the conference for a certificate of attendance, which you can forward to the relevant organisation as evidence.  

Cancellation of Attendance 
Refunds will not be given for any cancellation received after Tuesday 30 April although it will be permissible for registrations to be transferred within organisations.  

Travel & Health Insurance 
It is the attendee's responsibility to be adequately insured in case of claims pertaining to travel/accidents for the duration of their visit.  

If you have any queries or would like further information, please contact Harriet Taylor

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ERA Online Event: Corporate Rescue and Insolvency in the Digital Age

ERA Online Event: Corporate Rescue and Insolvency in the Digital Age


The conference aims to keep restructuring and insolvency practitioners up to date by providing an overview of the latest case law, legislative initiatives and policy developments in this area. This year's conference will focus on access to and enforcement of digital assets and the treatment of digital assets as part of the insolvency estate. In addition, there will be a debate on different restructuring schemes in Europe, a report from Brussels on the state of play of new legislative initiatives and a case law review of recent CJEU judgments on crossborder insolvency proceedings.
Key topics will include:
  • Digital assets in enforcement and insolvency
  • The European Insolvency Regulation in the crypto asset market
  • New restructuring systems in the EU and the UK: state of play and experiences
  • Recent CJEU case law on cross-border insolvency
Who should attend?
Lawyers practising in the field of restructuring and insolvency law, insolvency administrators, judges, academics and researchers.
The event will take place online.
The programme involves many INSOL Europe members, including Stefania Bariatti, Michal Barlowski, Reinhard Dammann, Rita Gismondi, Ilya Kokorin, Antonio Leandro and Irene Lynch Fannon.

For further information and to register, visit the ERA website.
INSOL Europe members can benefit from a 25% discount using the code 25Insol124D63.
R3 Annual Conference, St. Andrews, Scotland

R3 Annual Conference, St. Andrews, Scotland


R3’s 2024 Annual Conference will take place at the beautiful Fairmont Hotel located in St Andrews. This year’s conference theme ‘Forging global pathways: UK insolvency and restructuring in a post-Brexit world’ will explore global economic trends and the role and shape of the eco-system for insolvency and restructuring in an inter-connected world. The programme will also explore the potential pathways these create for firms and professionals at every stage of their career.

As well as engaging technical sessions there will also be an exciting range of social and networking activities bringing delegates together. These include Highland Games, a welcome reception, gala dinner and Ceilidh. The conference will host around 250 delegates from across the UK’s leading insolvency and restructuring profession.
We’re delighted to announce that The Rt Hon Lord David Triesman will be our keynote speaker.

With an extensive career including roles as a Merchant Banker, Government Minister FCO, General Secretary Labour Party, and Economist, he will be able to give an excellent overview of the geo-political picture of the UK and its place in the EU and beyond. As the UK is potentially facing imminent political and government change Lord Triesman will provide plenty of powerful insights.

INSOL Europe President, Giorgio Corno, will be hosting an all-INSOL Europe panel titled 'EU Passports to the right, UK to the left - pathways in EU post-Brexit' on the Thursday afternoon.

Vist the R3 website for more information and to register your place.
The Fraud Conference 2024

The Fraud Conference 2024


Save the date! Register here!
Returning for a fourth year, the Fraud Conference brings together world class speakers including policy makers, insolvency experts, fraud specialists and academics, offering unique insights on developments in the world of fraud. 

This year the conference will be chaired by Arun Chauhan (Fraud disputes specialist & financial crime compliance lawyer, Tenet & Trustee Director Fraud Advisory Panel). 

A wide range of sessions are being planned to include:
  • AI and Deepfake: In this session our expert speaker will explore the role of AI and how fraud can appear in our daily lives. 
  • The Tools of the future: Our speaker will demonstrate the ways the AI are being put into use stopping fraud and the opportunities this emerging technology present.
  • Is this the near future of fraud? The failure to prevent fraud offences and the online safety bill are two new and evolving pieces of legislation designed to address fraud and cyber-crime. But how will they work? This panel of experts will share their thoughts and experiences around the legislation and the role failure to prevent fraud could play in the future.
  • Plus 4 x breakout sessions covering a range of hot topics.
Register here today and save 15% with the early-bird discount until 1 December.

Please note: 
  • All bookings will need an R3 ID which you can have even if you’re not a member of R3. 
  • Any member who isn't a member of R3 should first click 'register as a non-member' - this is just registering on the R3 portal, not for the actual event itself.
  • Once registered  select the FAP/INSOL member rate.
  • Email: if you have any issues.
UPO Early Warning Europe Seminar

UPO Early Warning Europe Seminar


Dealing with the crisis is often complex for entrepreneurs. Many of them show an attitude of rejection towards this eventuality and struggle to admit their difficulties until they become such that they can no longer be hidden. The fear of failure and bankruptcy can paralise decisions and makes it difficult for Directors to walk towards turnaround paths. This is the main reason why, trying to manage the negative psychological connotation linked to crisis wording, the Italian Insolvency Code has essentially prohibited the use of the word failure itself and has replaced it by the expression judicial liquidation. Failure recalls the idea of a personal in-success. The introduction of early warning introduces the idea that the crisis should not be stigmatized, as it represents a  possible phase in the life of the company.

More in particular, crises are generally preceded by phases of decline which, if promptly diagnosed and addressed, allow the degenerative process to be stopped and trigger a turnaround. Crises often occur not because they are inevitable, but because companies are unable to understand the warning signs, are unable to identify risks and are consequently unable to monitor threats to prevent them and limit their harmful effects.
In Europe different ways to reach the goal to deal with crisis at an early stage have been implemented. Starting with the Italian one, we will try to consider the different European approaches to the issue.

Concluding remarks will be made by INSOL Europe President, Giorgio Corno.
Download the programme for further details.

If you are interested in attending, please send an email to Patricia Riva at: for further information.