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    Judicial Wing Mission Statement

    The Judicial Wing was founded in 2006 in Bucharest during INSOL Europe's Annual Congress.  The Chair of the Judicial Wing is Prof. Dr. Heinz Vallender, Head of the Insolvency Court, Cologne.  In 2006 it consisted of five judges from five different European States.  The judges made it their challenge to discuss the problems of cross border insolvency proceedings and search for practical solutions during their annual meeting.  The Judicial Wing meets in conjunction with the Annual Congress with previous meetings held in Bucharest (2006), Monaco (2007), Barcelona (2008), Stockholm (2009), Vienna (2010), Venice (2011), Brussels (2012), Paris (2013), Istanbul (2014), Berlin (2015) and Cascais (2016). Next time the members of the Judicial Wing will meet in Warsaw in October 2017. 

    Meanwhile 28 judges from 23 different European states belong to the Judicial Wing of INSOL EUROPE. In 2016 the wing was able to present its fifth book published by INSOL Europe, 'Discharge of Natural Persons and Release from Debts in individual Member States in the EU'.
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