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InsO study 2015

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

Planning security is the

Planning security is the key criterion in selecting a jurisdiction – this criterion is largely met under post-ESUG German law Criterion met Criterion partly met Criterion not met Criteria For you, what are the key criteria in choosing a specific jurisdiction for insolvency proceedings? Percent What conditions are met under German insolvency law (post- ESUG)? Percent High level of planning security Proceedings do not take much time Debtor's ability to exert influence Limitation to specific groups of creditors Low risk of abuse Minimal access requirements Low procedural costs 37 17 14 11 8 7 5 27 12 20 6 12 17 6 "ESUG now delivers greater planning reliability under German law for business owners, managers, and consultants while simultaneously retaining the competitive advantage of insolvency payments." – Insolvency administrator SOURCE: Noerr; McKinsey 6

Criteria that can be regulated by law are met under ESUG – lack of management competency seen as most critical risk Criterion met Criterion partly met Criterion not met Criteria What do you believe are the most important factors in a successful self-administered restructuring? Percent Which criteria do you are met under German insolvency law (post-ESUG)? Percent Competent management team (know-how, use of CRO) Cooperation between self-administrators and administrators Collaboration with a competent preliminary creditor committee Planning security 13 14 19 22 7 13 14 14 Early application 10 11 Alignment with insolvency legislation 8 10 Fast completion of proceedings 6 6 Independence of custodian 4 10 Debtor's right to appoint the preliminary custodian 4 14 SOURCE: Noerr; McKinsey 7

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