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Germany's Maple Bank Indemnification: Implications For Creditors
BaFin had previously filed an insolvency petition against Maple, and the insolvency court in Frankfurt am Main opened insolvency proceedings on 11 February 2016.
Germany
17 Feb 2016
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The Fall In Crude Oil Prices: Headline Issues To Watch
Oil price movement through 2014 and into 2015 is a consequence of market fundamentals.
Worldwide
27 Jan 2015
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The High Court Has Confirmed The Effectiveness Of Contractual Carve-Out By Bank Of Duty Of Care And Advisory Relationship And That A Bank Did Not Owe A Fiduciary Duty
Facts Barclays Bank plc acted as agent and offshore security trustee under a Facility Agreement, whereby a syndicate of lenders, including Barclays Capital, lent US$45 million in late 2007 to Svizera, a Dutch company, with Maneesh, its Indian parent company, acting as guarantor.
UK
29 Apr 2014
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Pre-Pack Administrations: The New SIP16 is Now In Force
An updated Statement of Insolvency Practice (SIP) relating to pre-packaged sales in administrations has been issued by the Joint Insolvency Committee, effective from 1 November 2013.
UK
9 Nov 2013
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Research Memo - New Security Registration Regime In The UK
On 6 April 2013 new legislation governing registration of security at Companies House came into force.
UK
18 Apr 2013
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Material Adverse Change/MAC
MAC clauses act as a "catch all" provision and aim to allow a lender to call a default if there is an adverse change either in the borrower's position or circumstances or in the wider environment after a defined date.
UK
9 Nov 2011
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Negative Net Assets
When is a company in insolvent? When is a company's assets less than its liabilities (taking account of contingent and prospective liabilities)?
UK
9 Nov 2011
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