Publications

Cross-Border Insolvency II

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

Author: INSOL International
Treatment of Secured Claims in Insolvency and Pre-insolvency Proceedings
The book is divided into 12 country chapters and is presented in a question and answer format that makes it a very user friendly. Each chapter covers a wide range of key issues that are important to insolvency practitioners including the type of security rights available in each jurisdiction, how security rights are enforced, grounds upon which security rights can be challenged or avoided if they are deemed to have given preferential treatment prejudicing the rights of the debtor or third parties. The chapters also deal with priorities and how creditors can protect their rights against a debtor interests. Issues that are particularly relevant to secured creditors in the event of corporate reorganisations are also covered. Copies are available for £100 plus post and package, please contact Heather Callow at INSOL to order your copy. heather@insol.ision.co.uk
Statement of Principles
For a global approach to Multi-Creditor workouts View or download below the first published edition of the INSOL Global Principles for Multi-Creditor Workouts. The Principles represent the culmination of almost 5 years work on the part of the INSOL Lenders Group and they are to be congratulated on producing what will be a major contribution to the reorganisation of financially troubled companies. Copies are available for £50 plus post and package, please contact Heather Callow at INSOL to order your copy. heather@insol.ision.co.uk
International Insolvency Review
Journal of the International Association of Insolvency Professionals (INSOL) Special rates available for INSOL members! Editor: PROFESSOR IAN F. FLETCHER, University College London, UK "Highly recommended as an important contribution to the available literature on modern corporate insolvency law" Andrew Campbell, British Book News Providing a review of the very latest developments in the field of international insolvency, International Insolvency Review presents authoritative analysis and commentary on key insolvency issues across major jurisdictions worldwide. Regular features include: * Case comments * Book reviews and notices * Special communications and editorial intelligence regarding forthcoming developments of particular significance Supported by a distinguished editorial board of internationally respected insolvency academics and practitioners, International Insolvency Review is undoubtedly the leading journal in this field.
Financing in Insolvency Proceedings
This publication covers a wide range of issues faced by debtors as well as lenders when financing companies, that are either insolvent or in financial difficulties. Each chapter covers available procedures, security, priority and extent of court involvement and personal liability in relation to such financing. 12 countries are covered in this book, namely, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, South Africa, UK and USA. The book was launched in INSOL 2006, Scottsdale. Copies are available for £100 plus post and package, please contact Heather Callow at INSOL to order your copy heather@insol.ision.co.uk
Employee Entitlements
The book is arranged as country chapters and there are 25 countries that are covered. Each chapter has important issues that affect employees in circumstances their employer faces financial difficulty or becomes insolvent. The areas covered include, how an employee is defined for the purpose of formal insolvency, their entitlements in insolvency, priority of treatment, personal liability of directors in respect of unpaid wages, statutory safety nets in place, and in the event an insolvent company is sold the acquirers responsibilities in respect of employee claims. This INSOL publication was launched at the 7th INSOL Quadrennial congress held in March 2005. Copies are available for £50 plus post and package, please contact Heather Callow at INSOL to order your copy. heather@insol.ision.co.uk
Directors in the Twilight Zone III
This is the third edition of Directors in the Twilight Zone, a comparative study of the liabilities and duties of directors, officers and others and the risks they may be exposed to, during the "twilight zone". The first edition was published in 2001 and the second in 2005. The topic continues to be of critical importance to those who manage and advise corporations as well as to the policy makers. New developments have taken place in many countries covered in earlier editions.There was a demand to cover more countries.This edition was therefore very much needed. This edition covers 21 countries, including two new country chapters; Malaysia and Poland. The cost of this publication on CDRom is £100.00 plus postage and package. To order a copy please email heather@insol.ision.co.uk
Deposit Insurance Systems
This publication covers six country studies of their respective Deposit Insurance Systems. The countries that are included are: USA, Canada, UK, Hong Kong, The Netherlands, and Japan. The foreword is by Jean Pierre Sabourin, President of IADI. Copies are available for £50 plus post and package, please contact Heather Callow at INSOL to order your copy. heather@insol.ision.co.uk
Cross-border Insolvency
A guide to Recognition and Enforcement This publication has been produced by INSOL International as part of the continuing search for collaboration between nations and their courts in the assistance that they give foreign representatives who are endeavouring to deal with insolvency proceeding that span national borders. Copies are available for £75 plus post and package, please contact Heather Callow at INSOL to order your copy. heather@insol.ision.co.uk
Credit Derivatives in Restructuring
The INSOL Lenders Group initiated a project to produce a guidance booklet for insolvency practitioners and others on matters relating to the impact of credit derivatives in restructurings. The working group of this project worked on the draft for over 18 months and in October 2006 INSOL launched a booklet entitled “Credit Derivatives in Restructurings”. The objective of the publication is to raise awareness and promote understanding of relevant issues, and to provide a point of reference for those involved in restructurings. The book covers an overview of the credit derivatives market, basic elements of credit default swaps, settlement following a credit event, and a comparison with other types of credit products and techniques. The book also includes several practice points. Copies are available for £50 plus post and package, please contact Heather Callow at INSOL to order your copy. heather@insol.ision.co.uk