Yearbook 2023: Amsterdam


2023 Yearbook: Harmonisation and other Challenges for the Insolvency Profession in 2023  
We are pleased to announced the publication of INSOL Europe’s second yearbook, following on from the inaugural publication in Dubrovnik.

Download the 2023 Yearbook here.

One of the main objectives of this and last year’s publication is to inspire and encourage young members of INSOL Europe to participate and to provide them with a platform to express their views. We are pleased to confirm that articles have been received from a number of authors that have not previously submitted articles for the Yearbook. The Editorial Board is happy to report that great contributions have been received from young lawyers from all over Europe and even from India.

Insolvencies have been on the rise over the past 12 months across Europe which, together with the ever-evolving legislation across the wider industry, means that it is essential for the sharing of views and considerations across the INSOL Europe membership. This year’s book provides critical insight on certain key areas.

This Yearbook contains contributions across three broad areas, namely: 1) The EU Harmonisation Proposal, 2) ESG & Corporate Governance vs. Insolvency, and 3) New Legislation Impacting the Insolvency Profession. The title of this Yearbook is “Harmonisation and other Challenges for the Insolvency Profession in 2023”, reflecting the evolving challenges faced across the Insolvency profession throughout the previous 12 months.

On 7 December 2022, the European Commission tabled its long-awaited proposal for a directive harmonising certain aspects of insolvency law. The proposed directive lays down common rules for all aspects related to insolvency proceedings. The impact of this harmonisation proposal will be far reaching and section 1 of this Yearbook provides some interesting and thoughtful articles on the impacts of this new proposal on a number of countries within the European Union.

Sections 2 and 3 of the Yearbook provide useful insight into Corporate Governance measures and maximising recovery for the benefit of creditors and the tools available across a number of countries. INSOL Europe would like to express its appreciation to all contributors for the time and effort they contributed to get this Yearbook published. 

INSOL Europe and the Editorial Board encourage you to read all contributions. We hope you find this Yearbook enjoyable and informative and wish you many pleasant reading hours.
 
The INSOL Europe Yearbook 2023 Editorial Board, 
Jake Beake, Emilie Ghio, Paul Newson, Ben Parsons, Michala Roepstorff and Ruairi Rynn 
The INSOL Europe 2022 Yearbook is still available to download here.
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