Readership: The primary market is law firms with an insolvency, international finance, banking, restructuring or financial services regulation practice; regulatory agencies such as the FSA and SEC; central banks and banking supervisors; global accountancy firms; investment banks; insolvency NGOs; development banks; and law and business schools worldwide.
Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, University of Warwick, John Douglas, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, Randall Guynn, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, Alan Kornberg, Paul Weiss, Sarah Paterson, Slaughter and May, Dalvinder Singh, University of Warwick, and Hilary Stonefrost, South Square
Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal is an Assistant Professor in the University of Warwick specialising in insolvency and
financial law. He is Associate Editor-in-Chief of International Corporate Rescue (Chase Cambria).
Richard Adkins QC is at 3-4 South Square with a particular specialisation in banking and insolvency work including corporate insolvency law and reconstructions. Hilary Stonefrost is also at 3-4 South Square and specialises in insolvency law and banking.
Look Chan Ho is an attorney-at-law and solicitor in the restructuring and insolvency group at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and specialises in corporate insolvency.
Randall Guynn is head of Davis Polk & Wardwell's Financial Institutions Group. His practice focuses on providing strategic bank regulatory and enforcement advice.
Alan Kornberg is a partner and chair of the bankruptcy and corporate reorganization department at Paul Weiss in New York.
Sarah Paterson is a partner at Slaughter & May LLP. She advises on corporate recovery and insolvency matters and has worked on both international and domestic restructurings.
Nick Segal is a partner in Freshfields' restructuring and insolvency group, having been a partner at Davis Polk & Wardwell in their New York office for three years and Allen & Overy in London for 15 years. Nick's experience includes advising on restructurings in the UK, US, Russia, Continental Europe, the Middle East and Asia and he is a leading practitioner in the international field.
Hilary Stonefrost is at 3-4 South Square and specialises in insolvency law and banking.
"This is one of the most impressive and authoritative books in this area of law addressing, providing a thorough legal and practical analysis of international corporate, banking and sovereign debt restructuring from both the creditors' and debtors' perspective." - Gabriel Gómez Giglio, Insol World, First Quarter 2012
"All in all, iDebt Restructuringr is an excellent practical guide built on a well-laid out conceptual foundation, guiding the practitioner not only on what needs to be done, but also why." - David Stokes, Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation
PART I: CORPORATE DEBT RESTRUCTURINGAlan Kornberg and Sarah Paterson:
1: Insolvency in the UK and the US
2: The EC Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings
3: Out-of-court vs. Court-supervised Restructuring
4: UNCITRAL's Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvencies
PART II: BANK RESOLUTIONJohn Douglas, Randall Guynn, Dalvinder Singh and Hilary Stonefrost:
5: Legal Aspects of Banking Regulation in the UK and USA
6: Banks in Distress
7: Bank Restructuring and Insolvency Procedures
8: Resolution of US Banks and other Financial Institutions
PART III: SOVEREIGN DEBT RESTRUCTURINGRodrigo Olivares-Caminal:
9: An Introduction to Sovereign Debt Restructuring
10: Litigation Aspects of Sovereign Debt
11: Transactional Aspects of Sovereign Debt Restructuring