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25 September 2020 / article

Swiss Restructuring & Insolvency in a nutshell

Ever-changing market conditions require businesses to continuously monitor their earnings and liquidity situation as well as their debt structure. In addition, the overall economic situation remains uncertain and asks for continued operational flexibility and resilience.

Thus, it is not surprising that in addition to the above, businesses also need to rethink their organisational obligations in restructuring or insolvency situations. This overview provides answers to the main questions.

Please read the booklet below or download the PDF version.



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