Date(s) - 10 Jun 2020
12:00 am - 1:00 am
Stephenson Harwood and Carey Olsen
When: Wednesday June 10th, 2020
at 4.00pm China/HK time
In this exclusive and timely webinar specifically created for senior in-house counsel, our presenters will discuss some of the key issues to consider and practical steps to take in navigating insolvency risks arising from Covid-19 situation. The webinar will have a combined offshore and onshore perspective and will include the below topics:
Part 1: External Insolvency – How to deal with a defaulting counterparty
• Getting value from your security: how to leverage share charges and use out-of-Court enforcement options efficiently.
• Winding up your counterparty: when, why, how and where?
• Understanding contractual ‘outs’: material adverse change and force majeure provisions.
• Defaulting limited partners: remedies for general partners.
Part 2: Internal Insolvency – Restructuring options and managed wind-downs
• What is insolvency?
• Operational restructuring: getting on top of your cash flow, making changes, taking advantage of government stimulus packages.
• Informal and consensual restructuring options: dealing with your financiers, landlords and other creditors.
• Formal restructuring: Schemes of arrangement.
• Winding up your company: when, why, how and where?
Eloise Matsui is a partner in Stephenson Harwood’s Hong Kong Litigation team. She specialises in restructuring and insolvency matters. Her areas of practice also include general commercial litigation and regulatory litigation. She has cross-border expertise working with clients from a number of jurisdictions outside of Hong Kong.
Jeremy Lightfoot is a partner in our Dispute Resolution and Litigation practice. His practice is focussed on high value and complex commercial and corporate litigation, insolvency and restructuring matters under the laws of the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands. Who’s Who Legal Litigation 2019 notes Jeremy’s ‘excellent track record advising clients on complex cross-border matters.
Michael Padarin’s practice concentrates on the formation, operation and restructuring of private investment funds, primarily private equity and venture capital funds, and their related fund sponsor vehicles.
Michael also represents early and later stage companies in a range of industries, including fintech, life sciences and technology, in relation to private financings, listings, cross-border investments and other M&A transactions.