Debtwire is pleased to present the 2021 Corporate Restructuring Report, published in association with SS&C Intralinks. Based on research conducted with corporate finance executives and restructuring lawyers in every region of the globe, the report considers the outlook for corporate restructuring over the next 12 months and beyond. Key findings include: Corporate restructuring is accelerating, with 73 percent of respondents in the process of a major restructuring or planning such activity. Such restructuring is significantly.
With the roll-out of Debtwire’s Restructuring Data to Latin America, this inaugural Restructuring Insights Report serves as a previewofthepower,breadth and depth of the data that will be available to subscribers. In this report, we apply the same lenses to the Latin American restructuring landscape from January 2019 through 15 November2020,analyzing newly initiated restructuring and bankruptcy situations across the region. • Over this time period, more than 60 new restructuring situations have commenced across the region,.
Debtwire is pleased to present “Distressed debt and special situations: Succeeding in uncertain times”, published in association with MinterEllison. The ongoing global pandemic has made uncertainty the new normal. While the short-term impacts on global markets and the Australian economy are apparent, the long-term impacts and permanent changes to society and business can only be speculated. Against this backdrop and without a marker to the finish line, Australian businesses are attempting to steer a course not.