Speaking Engagement

Cov Lite in the Next Downturn

11 Jun 2019 08:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Fortnum & Mason
181 Piccadilly, St James’s
London, United Kingdom W1A 1ER

The next downturn will require investors to adopt new strategies and approaches to restructure the many companies who have borrowed on Cov Lite. There will be increased scrutiny of the mistakes debtors made, their transactions, the dividends they paid and their governance.

Join us for an examination of these issues.

Our speakers will be:

  • The Hon. Mr. Justice Snowden, a High Court Judge with experience of hearing commercial disputes arising out of insolvency, restructuring and schemes of arrangement.
  • Joseph Swanson, Houlihan Lokey specialises in corporate restructurings, M&A, and public and private debt and equity securities.
  • James Peck former U.S. Bankruptcy Judge who presided over the Lehman Brothers cases, leading mediator of complex cross-border restructurings.
  • Christopher Kandel specialises in leveraged finance and restructuring transactions.
  • Howard Morris advises on complex, international restructurings and insolvencies, accredited CEDR mediator.
  • Lorenzo Marinuzzi specialises in U.S. bankruptcy cases, workouts, and litigation.

Moderation by:

  • Sonya Van de Graaff an INSOL fellow and advises on complex capital structures in cross-border restructurings.

This session is relevant for those working at direct and special situations lenders, debt investors, banks, sponsors, borrowers, restructuring professionals, lawyers and those simply with an interest in finance.



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