In August the Government announced some of the most exciting and significant restructuring reforms for decades, including the introduction of a restructuring moratorium and a new "super scheme", a ban on certain ipso facto provisions, and new duties for directors when selling distressed subsidiaries.
Please join TMA NextGen, the next generation of restructuring professionals, for our autumn networking event.
Guest speakers Richard Tett, the London head of restructuring & insolvency at Freshfields, and Ed MacNamara, restructuring partner at PwC, will offer their insights on what you need to know regarding the proposed reforms and what they may mean in practice.
Wednesday 17 October 2018
6.30pm Arrival and drinks reception
7.00pm Guest speakers followed by networking over drinks and canapes
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Northcliffe House auditorium (corner of Tudor Street and Bouverie Street, see map)
About the speaker/s
Richard leads our restructuring and insolvency practice in London.
With more than 20 years of restructuring experience, he has worked extensively on ‘in court’ and ‘out of court’ restructurings/refinancings, intercreditor agreement disputes, formal insolvency appointments, high-yield bond and CMBS bond restructurings, distressed M&A, English schemes of arrangement, US Chapter 11s and s363 sales, pension deficits, insurance workouts, telecoms, and insolvency aspects of structured finance.
Richard has acted across the capital structure for all the key stakeholders including corporates, lenders, bondholder/lender formal and ad hoc committees, creditors, shareholders, private equity sponsors, distressed debt investors and asset purchasers, directors, security trustees, administrators and liquidators.
Richard has particular cross border restructuring experience involving the UK, Europe, the US and across the globe.