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CIGA 2022 and beyond…

What kind of rescue culture do we want and what do the early signals about implementing CIGA mean for the SME community?

Should the insolvency profession be the guardian and the driver of the rescue culture in the light of the future of insolvency regulation?

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Eighteen months after the introduction of Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (CIGA) Robin Henry and Jeff Roberts from Collyer Bristow’s Insolvency team are joined by Colin Haig, the current President of R3 and Head of Restructuring at Azets; Lee Manning, a former President of R3 and a Partner at ReSolve; Malcolm Weir, Director of Restructuring & Insolvency at the Pension Protection Fund and Stephen Baister, Deputy Insolvency & Companies Court Judge and Former Chief Bankruptcy Registrar – High Court, to discuss the effects of the insolvency law reforms introduced by CIGA.

In this recording of our latest webinar (recorded on 27th Jan 2022) areas of discussion included:

  • The moratorium and restructuring plan
  • The effect on pension funds and interaction with the new pensions legislation
  • The real estate arbitration process
  • Whether the insolvency profession can be trusted to deliver, or should be State run

Running time: 58 minutes

Disclaimer: This content is provided for general information only and does not constitute legal or other professional advice. Appropriate legal or other professional opinion should be taken before taking or omitting to take any action in respect of any specific problem. Collyer Bristow LLP accepts no liability for any loss or damage which may arise from reliance on information contained in this material.

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