The Asia-Pacific Restructuring Review 2021
The Asia-Pacific Restructuring Review 2021 provides exclusive insight, direct from pre-eminent practitioners. Across eight chapters and 120 pages, it can be described as a blend of invaluable retrospective, handy primer and crystal ball. All our contributors are vetted for their standing and knowledge before being invited to take part. Together, they capture and interpret the most substantial recent international restructuring developments from the past 12 months, complete with footnotes and relevant statistics.
Among the gems it contains a behind-the-scenes look at three recent Australian restructurings, the latest on China’s insolvency regime, helpful reviews of key recent cases in Hong Kong and India, a note of caution for foreign lenders in Indonesia, insights into the restructuring world of Singapore and South Korea, and news that Japan has yet to make any covid-specific adjustments to its insolvency regime.
Look Chan Ho
Des Voeux Chambers
Australian Restructuring: Legislation, Transactions and Cases
Paul Apáthy and Angus Dick
Herbert Smith Freehills
What’s New in China’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring?
Nuo Ji, Lingqi Wang and Jessica Li
Latest Developments in Hong Kong Restructuring Law
Stevenson, Wong & Co
India’s Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code: An Overview
Abhishek Tripathi and Mani Gupta
Sarthak Advocates & Solicitors
Indonesia’s Bankruptcy Law in Urgent Need of Reform
Hiswara Bunjamin & Tandjung
Japan’s Insolvency Regime Under Covid-19
Kasumigaseki International Law Office (KILO)
Recent Developments in Singapore’s Restructuring Regime
Meiyen Tan, Keith Han, Angela Phoon and Zephan Chua
Oon & Bazul LLP
Corporate Insolvency Proceedings in South Korea
Chul Man Kim, Ki Young Kim, Sun Kyoung Kim, Su Yeon Lee, Jin Seok Choi and Sy Nae Kim