This article first appeared in Without Prejudice in August 2017
What can the UK and South Africa learn from each other by comparing the business rescue regime with administration?
South Africa’s relatively recent business rescue regime (introduced in 2011) has exploded into a popular process for “affected persons” facing a company in financial distress. It shares some aspects with the administration procedure in England and Wales (UK). Lessons can be drawn from both the similarities and the differences between the two procedures that may benefit restructuring and insolvency practitioners both in the UK and South Africa. Continue reading.