The Anatomy of a Successful Insolvency Case: How to Save a Troubled Business?

Friday , 19 May
11:55 - 13:25

Hall #1, General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)

Track: International Insolvency Forum

Description

Organizer of the discussion session – State Corporation «Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)

 

The meaning of success in an insolvency case is debatable. Corporate reorganization and renewed solvency may be deemed a success in most cases, but debt redemption and corporate winding-up also may sometimes be viewed as a success. What are the criteria by which to determine the success of an insolvency case? What are some illuminating success stories from the court practice on insolvency? What is the secret to winning an insolvency case? This session will discuss these questions and more.

Moderator

Rustem Miftakhutdinov

Associate Professor for the Individual and Corporate Law, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL); Judge (retired), The Supreme Arbitration Court of the Russian Federation

Speakers

Evgeniy Akimov

Managing Director - Director of Enforcement and bankruptcy Department, Sberbank

Mariya Filatova

Deputy General director,State Deposit Insurance Agency of the Russian Federation

Igor Krasnov

Head Legal Directorate, State Corporation “Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)”

Alexander Mironichenko

The Director of the Department for reorganization and bankruptcy, Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Belarus

Vladimir Nazarenko

Director of Litigation Department of Legal Directorate, State corporation “Bank for development and foreign economic affairs (Vnesheconombank)”

Christoph Paulus

The Secretary, United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)

Nikolay Podguzov

The Deputy Minister, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation

Oleg Tsvigun

Senior Vice-president for Distressed Asset Management, State corporation “Bank for development and foreign economic affairs (Vnesheconombank)”


* The Programme may be subject to change