September 15, 2020

The New EMEA Restructuring Landscape

Webinar in Partnership with Financial Times Live

DATE: Tuesday, 15 September

TIME: 14:00 BST (15:00 CET)

 

EMEA corporates are facing a once-in-a-generation corporate crisis as the pandemic continues to cause ripples through markets and economies, with many companies on sound footing facing solvency issues or significant distress.

On 15 September in partnership with Financial Times Live, we hosted a live webinar with an expert panel and discussed how the restructuring landscape has changed. 

  • What innovative solutions have emerged during the crisis and how have transactions changed?
  • What does the future hold once government support schemes end?
  • Will the debt and equity markets continue to support restructurings, or have we finally hit the debt ceiling?

 

Click below to view the recording replay.  

Contacts

EMEA Events
Nav Dhillon

Events Marketing Manager

+44 (0) 7815 761302

[email protected]

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