The Effect of Cross-Border Restructuring Convergence on Future International Restructurings
By J. Eric Wise & Matthew K. Kelsey, Partners, Alston & Bird LLP
With the outlook for the U.S. and world economies fading,1 restructuring professionals may anticipate new innovations during the coming down cycle. One likely innovation will be an increasing number of cross-border restructurings using the growing flexibility of restructuring law...
We hope you enjoyed your free content!
To continue, please become a TMA member.
Access the Journal of Corporate Renewal and other content in the Learning Link.
Become part of a global organization of turnaround and restructuring professionals with 52 Chapters and more than 400 events each year.
Build your personal brand and professional network with opportunities to connect, speak, lead, and win awards.
Eric Wise is a partner with Alston & Bird’s Financial Restructuring & Reorganization Group. He has a wide range of experience with Chapter 11, workouts, rights offerings, recapitalizations, restructuring, post-petition and exit financing, and distressed debt purchases and sales. Wise’s restructuring clients include first lien credit groups, junior lien creditor groups, official committees of unsecured creditors, equity holders, post-petition lenders, and debtors, and lenders, arrangers, and borrowers in new money originations.
Matthew K. Kelsey is a partner with Alston & Bird’s Financial Restructuring & Reorganization Group. He focuses his practice on complex in-court and out-of-court Chapter 11 matters for ad hoc creditor groups, financial institutions, agents and trustees, official committees, and debtors. Kelsey provides distressed investing advice to investment firms, hedge funds, and other financial institutions, and works in a variety of industries, including real estate, retail, pharmaceutical, infrastructure, finance, shipping, and construction.