INSOL Europe COVID Coffee Breaks

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We have recently launched a series of videos entitled 'COVID Coffee Breaks' to keep you up to date with latest developments. Members will receive a separate email with details of when and how to access each episode.

The COVID Coffee Breaks are short, 20 minutes webinars, in which two or three INSOL Europe Country Coordinators share their personal experiences of the COVID-19 crisis in their countries and give highlights of reforms and challenges of national insolvency framework to address the current crisis. 

The COVID Coffee Breaks are brought to you in partnership with LexisNexis with whom INSOL Europe is honoured to collaborate on the COVID-19 tracker of insolvency reforms globally.

Please do share the videos with your colleagues and friends. Take a break, have a coffee and enjoy the COVID Coffee Break!
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The Netherlands and Germany
France, Luxembourg and Belgium
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