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The UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020. The transitional period, during which EU law continued to apply to the UK and the UK was, in many respects, still treated as an EU member state, ended at 11 p.m. on 31 December 2020 (IPCD). At the 11th hour, the EU and the UK agreed to terms of a...
TMA Town Hall for January 27, 2021

R.I.P. 2020 and Outlook 2021, presented by EACTP

Major legislative changes introduced new restructuring regimes across Europe in 2020. How did these changes impact European economies in 2020, and what are distressed investors expecting in 2021?

Speakers:
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Dr. Dambisa Moyo

From The 2019 TMA Annual

Dr. Moyo discussed Brexit, China/US relations, and climate change. She explained the impact of the structural problems we face including population, inequality, scarcity, and technology. Dr. Moyo offered radical solutions to resolve them and reignite global growth...

Post-Brexit, how would creditors in the U.K. retrieve assets that had been transferred to Europe? How would creditors recover debts from European Union (EU) companies that are insolvent? This article looks at how the European Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings (EIR) and recognition of insolvency...
Some dreamed of it and others dreaded it, but nobody actually expected the Brexit referendum result. As such, politicians and business leaders seemed unprepared for the negotiations and practicalities of Britain’s exit from the European Union. Nassim Taleb wrote in “Black Swan” (part of his Incerto...
Post-Brexit, how would creditors in the U.K. retrieve assets that had been transferred to Europe? How would creditors recover debts from European Union (EU) companies that are insolvent? This article looks at how the European Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings (EIR) and recognition of insolvency...