EMEA corporates are facing a once in a generation corporate crisis as the pandemic continues to cause ripples through markets and economies, with many companies on sound footing facing solvency issues or significant distress.
Governments and central banks have responded with unprecedented legislation and stimulus which have fundamentally changed the EMEA restructuring market.
The webinar examines the complexities and uncertainties of these developments as well as how the restructuring landscape has changed.
What innovative solutions have emerged during the crisis and how have transactions changed?
A look at Legislative reforms across Europe: How will the UK's Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill (CIGB) affect EMEA creditors and corporates? What are the deficiencies?
What new restructuring tools have emerged?
How are practitioners and companies overcoming the physical challenges of remote working?
How have deal times frames and mechanics changed?
The calm before the storm? What does the future hold once government support schemes end?
Are restructurings being delayed?
Have volumes peaked?
What level of recovery is expected?
What sectors and industries will be most impacted moving forward?
What types of restructurings will we see moving forward?
Will the debt and equity markets continue to support restructurings, or have we finally hit the debt ceiling?
Will deals continue to get refinanced and at what cost?
How have public and private companies fared in boosting liquidity and recapitalising?
What levels of debt are sustainable?
What impact will legislation have on inter creditor arrangements?