A comprehensive restructuring plan will help avoid a freefall insolvency. A strong contingency plan to fall back on will provide protection if a consensual solution isn’t possible.

Today’s cross-border restructuring and insolvency work calls for lawyers skilled in providing bold and commercial solutions. They also need sharp technical skills to be able to guide clients through the complexities of this market. We have those skills.

Our restructuring and insolvency lawyers advise all stakeholders in restructuring and insolvency cases. From our global platform, we provide pragmatic, business-focused advice to creditors, multinational companies, and insolvency administrators. We also advise pension trustees, governmental and quasi-governmental bodies, and stressed financial institutions.

We understand the legal, political, and business landscapes involved when a company gets into financial difficulties. And we have a strong track record of providing innovative solutions.

Over-leveraged balance sheets are an issue for creditors as well as borrowers. We have acted on some of the largest loan portfolio transactions in the market, both buy-side and sell-side. We also advise clients on secondary debt trading and distressed investment opportunities.

Every matter requires the right team. At Hogan Lovells, we build the team to meet your needs. Where necessary, we draw on lawyers from other practice areas including capital markets, litigation, real estate, employment, intellectual property, tax, and pensions to add to the core restructuring team. One team, able to advise on all the challenges the transaction might present.

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