Cross-border insolvency – introductory paragraph:    The decision in a recent Singapore case may be the missing part of the puzzle for cross-border recognition cases.   The Singapore High Court granted recognition of insolvency proceedings commenced in Tokyo, notwithstanding that the companies in question were incorporated in the British Virgin Islands (“BVI”).  In doing so, the court

What if anything is different?
This article by Joe Bannister previously appeared in Oil & Gas Financial Journal on 16 May 2016, click here to go the original article.
NO ONE with any interest in or knowledge of the oil and gas industry can deny that the present market conditions are anything other than

It has long been considered that lenders under a syndicated facility retain a right to seek to recover their portion of a loan directly following a payment default, typically by seeking the winding up of obligors. This is based on the several nature of the rights of finance parties which appears in clause 2 of