Our experts have contributed to CMI’s International Insolvency & Restructuring Report, where they address selected aspects of Luxembourg bankruptcy law

More particularly, the points addressed within the article are the following:

  • Satisfying the “loss of creditworthiness” criteria
  • Facing oppositions after having had a debtor declared bankrupt
  • Relinquishing control to the trustee
  • Assisting with securing funding to initiate proceedings on the merits
  • Luxembourg directors’ duties in an insolvency context
  • A trend towards business continuity in the legislative reform

To read the full article, please click below.

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