The recognition of UK and US restructuring proceedings and alternatives in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Switzerland with Loyens & Loeff
About this webinar
Chambers are delighted to invite you to join us for a webinar on 16 June with Loyens & Loeff. This webinar will cover the following three talking points:
The recognition of a Chapter 11, Chapter 15, scheme of arrangement and UK restructuring plan in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Switzerland
Short overview of the restructuring framework in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Switzerland.
Do Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Switzerland offer judicial alternatives to UK and US restructuring schemes?
Wednesday, 16 June 2021
3:00 pm - 3:45 pm UTC
In association with:
Michael Foulkes, Deputy Editor - Chambers and Partners
Michael started at Chambers as a researcher on the Europe team before being promoted to Senior Researcher, Assistant Editor and then Deputy Editor. He has a PhD in 17thCentury French Theatre and speaks French and German.
Marc Vermylen is Managing Partner of Loyens & Loeff Brussels. He heads the Loyens & Loeff’s Banking & Finance Practice Group in Belgium and is a member of the firmwide Restructuring & Insolvency team. He is recognised worldwide as an expert and influential lawyer in banking law and finance law. Marc has substantial experience in secured financing, project finance, clearing & settlement, securitisations and debt restructuring. He is renowned for his expertise in asset-based financing and financing of large energy projects. His clients include investors and lenders.
Vanessa Marquette, attorney at law, is a partner in the Banking and Finance Practice Group of our Brussels office and a member of the firmwide Restructuring & Insolvency team. She is recognized for her expertise in Banking and Finance with a focus on international finance law, regulated financial services, sustainable finance and banking litigation. Vanessa Marquette assists regulated entities such as financial institutions, payment services providers, funds, insurance companies, listed companies as well as non-regulated entities on all financial regulatory matters and compliance. She accompanies clients in the evolving environment of sustainable finance. She has a wide experience in the drafting, negotiation and enforcement of all type of security interests with specific expertise in cross-border issues. She handles M&A transactions in the banking and insurance areas as well M&A involving public entities.
Vincent Vroom, Partner, Litigation the Netherlands - Loyens & Loeff
Vincent Vroom, attorney at law, is chairman of the Litigation & Risk Management Group. He specialises in restructuring and insolvency matters. He handles a range of issues in restructuring cases whether they arise within the courtroom or outside. Vincent often works on complex matters in international settings and has worked on ground breaking cases where Dutch entities were involved in US chapter 11 proceedings, schemes of arrangement and other foreign restructuring and insolvency proceedings (including Brazilian RJ proceedings). Vincent also gained broad experience in financing transactions. His clients include investors, debtors and financial institutions.
Anne-Marie Nicolas, partner, is a member of the Banking & Finance Practice Group in our Luxembourg office. She co-heads the Luxembourg Restructuring Team. Anne-Marie focuses on secured lending, including acquisition finance and real estate finance, as well as debt restructuring. Anne-Marie advises in cross-border finance transactions, including acquisition financing, asset financings, structured finance, debt (re)structuring and financial technologies, as well as on regulatory, insolvency and corporate governance matters. Anne-Marie regularly acts for banks, financial institutions, corporates and investors. She is a member of the Financial Institutions team, the Fintech team, the Region team Germany and the Region team France within Loyens & Loeff. Anne-Marie is also an active member of various associations in the financial services industry and has published on finance and corporate governance.
Judith Raijmakers, attorney at law, is a partner in our Zurich office. She focuses on banking and finance matters including secured lending, debt (re)structuring, debt issuances and financial regulatory work. Judith is a member of our Banking & Finance practice group and heads the Swiss Banking & Finance practice. She specialises in finance transactions including acquisition financing, asset financing, real estate financing and debt issuances. She advises on financial restructuring and insolvency matters and assists a large number of leading banks and institutions on financial regulatory matters. Thanks to her deep knowledge of the Swiss, Luxembourg and Dutch financial legislation and market, Judith acts as a soundboard for various experts and authorities on financing matters. Her clients include banks, financial institutions, large corporates and investors.
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