GRR Q2 2019
The GRR Awards travelled for the first time in 2019, to the beautiful Spanish city of Barcelona. We’re delighted to present all the winners and worthy runners-up, as well as photos from the event, beginning on page 78.
In this issue, we also see the return of our Worked Out series, focusing on the infinitely interesting Indonesia. While all the practitioners we spoke to described the restructuring ecosystem as “unpredictable”, they agreed Indonesia’s temperamental landscape lends itself uniquely well to doing deals out of court.
Elsewhere, we take an in-depth look at the restructuring of Croatian food conglomerate Agrokor: a company so systemically important in the Balkans that it got its own extraordinary administration law. And we interview Hogan Lovells’ global head of business restructuring and insolvency Chris Donoho, on opportunities in India and Argentina, as well as the generation skills gap in the practice area, and the impact this work can have on mental health.
Finally, in addition to our usual columns, partners from Charles Russell Speechlys have prepared a comparative analysis of the wave of new restructuring laws in the Middle East.
In this magazine:
- Of systemic importance: the race to save Agrokor
- An unpredictable landscape: Indonesia worked out
- GRR Live - Latin Lawyer 4th Annual Restructuring Conference
- Chris Donoho at Hogan Lovells in New York
- GRR Awards 2019
- Community news
- Global developments
- Restructuring in the GCC
- Jurisdiction columns
- Asset recovery column
- Sovereign debt column
- INSOL Channel Islands