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    Young Members Group Publications

    Inside Stories

    Many of our Young Members contribute to the Inside Stories series, which is archived here and published in our monthly newsletter to members.

    INSOL Europe's Inside Stories are all written by our members, experts in their fields and their regions within Europe. Every month these stories are published in our e-newsletter which are emailed to our membership. The articles are topical and provide real insight into cases and points of law. If you would like to send in an Inside Story, please contact Paul Newson (Communications Manager): paulnewson@insol-europe.org

    Eurofenix

    Many of our Young Members also contribute to our journal Eurofenix. Eurofenix aims to cover issues relevant to the European restructuring community, particularly those involved in all aspects of insolvency, bankruptcy and business reconstruction & recovery. For further information or to submit a proposal or written article, please contact Paul Newson (Communications Manager): paulnewson@insol-europe.org
     
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    We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the next Eastern European Countries' Committee Conference which will take place in Ljubljana from 6-7 June 2019.

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    The European Commission has awarded funding under the JUST/2017/Action Grants programme to a project led by Professor Irene Lynch Fannon, a noted academic at the University College Cork writes Paul J.…

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