Publications

Year: 2015
Pages: 240
Author: R. Craig Martin
Publisher: American Bankruptcy Institute

Chapter 15 for Foreign Debtors covers all aspects of the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency as well as chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code, and provides details about the Foreign Representative, avoidance actions, creditor protections, concurrent proceedings, comity and much more. The book also includes an extensive appendix filled with more than 500 pages of sample case documents and forms related to chapter 15 proceedings.

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Year: 2014
Author: INSOL International

This book is the latest addition to our list of publications and it provides basic information on Islamic finance. It is meant to be a useful reference tool to the majority of insolvency practitioners who do not work in this field. The chapters in this book were selected on the basis that it is expected that most INSOL members currently have very limited understanding of Islamic finance.

The book has 10 chapters, a country study, and an annexure with a glossary of Islamic finance terms. Following the introductory chapter there are chapters on:

§ Murabaha
§ Istisna’a and ijara Financing : Background and Practical Implementation
§ Mudaraba and Musharaka Financing: Background and Practical Implementation
§ Islamic Financing in the Bank Market
§ Islamic Capital Markets
§ Restructuring Islamic Facilities
§ Restructuring Sukuk Transactions
§ Islamic Funds
§ Islamic Derivatives

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INSOL International
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Email: kim@insol.ision.co.uk www.insol.org
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Year: 2014
Pages: 294
Author: INSOL International

The INSOL international has published a book on antecedent transactions and its applicability in cross-border insolvency situations.
Since most insolvencies span many jurisdictions there are specific issues that IPs are faced with when applying to court to avoid antecedent transactions. The book explores some of these specific issues – particularly from a practical point. Some of the key areas covered are:

• Various claims that can be made to avoid antecedent transactions
• Typical defenses to such claims
• Are foreign judgments avoiding antecedent transfers enforceable?
• Barriers to access to judicial assistance against foreign claimants
• How will a court determine issues of foreign law
• Applicability of the UNCITRAL Model law on foreign insolvency claims
• What should a foreign claimant expect with respect to discovery or disclosure, including any limitations on scope, mandatory disclosures, working co-operatively with opposing counsel and a discussion about timing and fees.
The book has 20 country chapters and each chapter is based on a standard template of questions.
Copies of this book are available from:
INSOL International
6-7 Queen Street, London EC4N 1SP, UK
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Year: 2012
Author: INSOL International

This publication, the expanded third edition of this study, has been produced by INSOL International to help members seeking guidance as to the assistance they can expect when dealing with insolvency proceedings that span national borders. It is also hoped that it will provide a helpful stimulus to those responsible for the reform of insolvency laws and systems especially when considering the adequacy of the assistance that their courts are able to give foreign representatives.

Copies of this publication are available for £100 plust postage and package.

Please contact Jelena Sisko at INSOL International to order a copy jelena@insol.ision.co.uk

Year: 2010
Author: INSOL International

We are pleased to introduce this important publication titled "Financial and Tax Considerations for Distressed Companies and their Creditors".

This is the first book that INSOL International has published that covers tax issues. We have accepted that in most countries tax issues and tax treatments change constantly and that tax laws are changing sooner than some of the other laws. We decided however not to be deterred by these constant changes and move on to produce this book as INSOL’s objective was wider. The book aims to provide practical guidance to insolvency practitioners who are dealing with restructuring financially distressed companies, about the tax position of a country before they consult the tax experts in those countries.

The first part of the book deals with the general insolvency considerations of a country and the latter part deals with the more specific tax issues. Each country chapter therefore has an interesting collection of information that cover the insolvency laws and guidelines that will be applicable in a restructuring, and also tax issues such as debt forgiveness, debt-for equity swap or debt for debt swaps in restructuring plans. It then covers the various tax considerations that affect plans and discusses the practical difficulties that may be encountered and how they may be dealt with or avoided.

Copies of this publication are available for £100 plus postage and package.
Please contact Jelena Sisko at INSOL International to order a copy jelena@insol.ision.co.uk

Year: 2009
Pages: 184
Author: Bob Wessels
Publisher: American Bankruptcy Institute

Updated to reflect recent case law and modifications to the EU Insolvency Regulation, this book is a primer that covers jurisdictional issues, "winding-up" procedures such as the appointment of a liquidator, recognition of judgments, creditors' rights and other provisions. Written by Prof. Bob Wessels of University of Leiden Law School in the Netherlands, this book is an invaluable resource for professionals who find themselves increasingly involved in cross-border insolvency cases.

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Year: 2008
Author: INSOL International

This book covers fifteen jurisdictions: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the USA.

The book explores methods by which claims are presented, defended against and resolved in different systems around the world. This publication is a comprehensive guide to the formalities of claims presentation, the types of claims that can be presented and the remedies available to creditors.

Copies are available for £100 plus post and package, please contact Heather Callow at INSOL to order your copy heather@insol.ision.co.uk

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Year: 2008
Pages: 92
Publisher: American Bankruptcy Institute

This Guide is a must-read for any practitioner involved in international insolvency issues. The authors address the history of the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-border Insolvency, which the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law adopted in 1997 after five years of meetings and discussion. Thirteen states have now adopted this law, which includes the United States' adoption of chapter 15 as part of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. For those involved in the evolving new world of chapter 15 law, this publication provides the necessary overview to understanding the law in practice.

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Year: 2005
Pages: 28
Author: INSOL International
Publisher: INSOL International

In the current global insolvency market it is critical that key market players in the profession are kept informed of what is happening in their respective regions and beyond.

In 2000, a survey was carried out on our members’ marketplace around the world which provided an insight into the differing insolvency landscapes across the world. Five years on, it was felt that it was important once again to see if new evaluations of the marketplace could be made.

INSOL's 2005 Global Marketplace Survey shows that our membership, from a wide variety of backgrounds, cultures and jurisdictions have a remarkably similar view on a number of key issues facing the market and profession. Several hundred members responded to the survey giving a sample, which, principally due to the consistency of response, probably reflects the views of INSOL members quite accurately.

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Author: INSOL International
Publisher: INSOL International

The first edition of this report was published in 2001 - the second edition in November 2011. It is further expansion and clarification of the 2001 report and also includes 17 country chapters, which are all written based on a standard template of questions. The report also includes information that we gathered from a survey that was carried out from our contacts in 39 countries. The survey relates to whether a respective country has personal bankruptcy laws, if they don't how individual debtors cope or don't cope in such circumstances, and whether personal bankruptcy is a criminal offence.

Copies are available for £100.00 plus post and package, please contact Heather Callow at INSOL to order your copy heather@insol.ision.co.uk

ISBN 978-1-907764-14-1

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