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A world in lockdown: the impact on corporate debt restructuring and trustees

In an increasingly uncertain and changing market, incumbent trustees are being asked to become ever more active in the review, amendment and restructuring of debt; meaning that keeping on top of their book can prove a challenge. Add to that mix increased regulation and reform, for example AMLDV and Libor replacement, that have and will continue to trigger large scale amendment and restructures, and resource can soon become over-stretched.

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Sally Gilding, Senior Consultant - Ocorian (moderator)
Alistair Dick, Partner, Head of Corporate Restructuring, PWC
Geoff O'Dea, Partner, Baker McKenzie
Jonathan Proctor, Partner, Stephenson Harwood
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    In an increasingly uncertain and changing market, incumbent trustees are being asked to become ever more active in the review, amendment and restructuring of debt; meaning that keeping on top of their book can prove a challenge. Add to that mix increased regulation and reform, for example AMLDV and Libor replacement, that have and will continue to trigger large scale amendment and restructures, and resource can soon become over-stretched.

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    Alistair Dick, Partner, Head of Corporate Restructuring, PWC
    Geoff O'Dea, Partner, Baker McKenzie
    Jonathan Proctor, Partner, Stephenson Harwood
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