Cross-Border Insolvency and Restructuring as Mechanisms for Exposing Fraud and Recovering Assets

October 28, 2022 12:00pm

Tameka Davis
Conyers Dill & Pearman (British Virgin Islands)

Yves Klein
Monfrini Bitton Klein (Switzerland)

Arnoldo B. Lacayo
Sequor Law

James Pomeroy
Grant Thornton UK LLP (British Virgin Islands)

Joseph R. Dunn
Co-Chair, Cross-Border Asset Recovery Practice

Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. (USA)

Cross border insolvency laws present a complex landscape within which fraud practitioners must navigate, with an eye towards conflicting regimes, class priorities, foreign substantive law, principles of comity and an array of other foreign insolvency and fraud-related proceedings. In this session, leading experts will provide us with updates on cross-border insolvency and restructuring laws in the U.S., Europe and offshore jurisdictions, including discussions on:

  • Best practices for navigating jurisdictional impacts and discrepancies in insolvency law
  • Comprehensive strategies on debtor-side assignments and practical tips for handling complex and sophisticated creditor rights matters
  • To what extent there has been an uptick in insolvency and restructuring: Are the predictions coming true?
  • Utilizing Insolvency and Restructuring as mechanisms for exposing fraud, detecting and recovering assets