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InsO study 2015

  • Text
  • Insolvency
  • Restructuring
  • Proceedings
  • Mckinsey
  • Creditor
  • Esug
  • Creditors
  • Preliminary
  • Respondents
  • Germany

II The option to become

II The option to become involved in the creditor committee increases creditors' willingness to support restructuring BACKUP The option to become involved in the creditor committee increases creditors' willingness to support restructuring Percent Completely agree 8 Mostly agree 29 83 Slightly agree 46 Slightly disagree 11 Mostly disagree 5 17 Completely disagree 1 SOURCE: Noerr; McKinsey 14

III/IV Creditor committees are becoming increasingly professional – the rights of the preliminary creditor committee should be expanded BACKUP Creditor committees are becoming increasingly professional Percent The rights of the preliminary creditor committee should be expanded Percent Agree 82 62 Disagree 18 38 "Our practical experience of being involved in (preliminary) creditor committees has been generally positive." – German commercial bank "We do not usually participate in the creditor committee." – German commercial bank SOURCE: Noerr; McKinsey 15

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