29 Nov 2023

Going concerns – November 2023

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In this eleventh edition of the Going concerns, Stephenson Harwood (Singapore) Alliance’s restructuring and insolvency team touch upon the clarity provided by the Singapore Court of Appeal in the recognition of foreign solvent liquidations in Singapore, a potential new tool against debtors defrauding creditors, and an update on the sanction of an Administrative Convenience Class in the Singapore High Court.

Content

  • Recognition for solvent liquidations
  • Potential new tool against debtors defrauding creditors
  • Update on the sanction of an Administrative Convenience Class

We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Going concerns and we look forward to your continued support in the coming editions of the same. As usual, please feel free to contact us should you like to learn more on any topic.

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Lauren Tang
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