ABLI partnered with the International Insolvency Institute and now launches a compendium on the corporate restructuring and insolvency regimes in 16 jurisdictions across Asia Pacific.
The compendium report is sold for the same price as 3 individual reports combined.
Launched in January 2016, the Asian Business Law Institute (ABLI), a subsidiary of the Singapore Academy of Law, is a permanent institute based in Singapore that initiates, conducts and facilitates research with a view to providing practical guidance in the field of Asian legal development and promoting the convergence of Asian business laws. Its mission is to remove unnecessary or undesirable differences between Asian legal systems that pose obstacles to free and seamless trade.
ABLI’s long-term strategic direction in accordance with its aims is set by its Board of Governors chaired by The Honourable the Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon of the Supreme Court of Singapore. The Board comprises representatives from Australia, China, India and Singapore and other internationally renowned legal experts.
The International Insolvency Institute (III) is a non-profit, limited-membership organisation dedicated to advancing and promoting insolvency as a respected discipline in the international field. Its primary objectives include improving international co-operation in the insolvency area and achieving greater co-ordination among nations in multinational business reorganisations and restructurings, with membership drawn from the most senior and respected insolvency practitioners, judges and academics in the world and it has valuable liaisons with many of the most senior regulatory and administrative professionals in the insolvency field.
III, due to its exceptional membership, its international leadership, and its resources, plays a valuable and highly significant role in the international insolvency field. It has achieved a worldwide reputation and is developing into a catalyst for improvement and change in the international insolvency area that has few, if any, equals.
Special Launch Price: SGD 165 (U.P. SGD 180)
a. Sources of Australian insolvency law
b. Jurisdiction of the courts
c. Practice and procedure in the courts
d. Role of the court in the insolvency processes
a. Features of Australian companies
b. Australian Securities and Investments Commission
a. Duties of directors of distressed entities
b. Duty to prevent insolvency trading
c. "Safe harbour" reform
d. Duties of directors and officers of companies in external administration
a. Liquidation or winding up
I. RANKING OF CREDITOR CLAIMS IN LIQUIDATION
II. AVOIDANCE, PREFERENCE AND CLAWBACK RULES IN LIQUIDATION
a. Informal workouts
b. Formal restructuring options
c. Why choose a deed of company arrangement or a creditors' scheme of arrangement?
a. Recognition and relief
b. Relevant decisions
a. Effect of recognition under section 581