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Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy Procedures: New Developments in the Mexican Legal Framework

Thursday, April 24 07:00 AM BST to 07:00 AM BST

Hosted by the U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce and Paul Hastings

As part of the recently approved Financial Reform in Mexico, important changes to the Mexican Law of Restructuring and Bankruptcy Procedures (“Ley de Concursos Mercantiles”) were enacted. Prior to this reform, certain recent cases that resulted in successful restructurings also raised significant controversy and uncertainty. The changes to the Ley de Concursos Mercantiles were intended to provide more certainty and more efficient procedures to protect the interests of different parties involved. This conference provides a forum for discussion of what these reforms are, how they might be applicable to current cases and how certain challenges experienced in the past could be addressed under the new regulatory framework. 

Keynote SpeakerGricelda Nieblas, Director General, Federal Institute of Specialists in Restructuring and Bankruptcy Procedures (IFECOM) of the Mexican Judicial Branch 

Confirmed PanelistsFernando del Castillo, Santamarina y StetaMichael Fitzgerald, Paul Hastings LLPJoy Gallup, Paul Hastings LLPFloris Iking, Alvarez & Marsal MexicoJacob Steinfeld, Executive Director, JP Morgan

Who Should Attend?Institutional InvestorsCreditorsDistressed Investment FundsInvestment and Commercial BanksHedge and Private Equity FundsFinancial, Tax and Legal Advisors  

WHENThursday April 24, 2014Breakfast & Registration 8:00am -8:15amConference 8:15am - 10:30am 

WHEREPaul Hastings LLP75 E 55th St 7th floor, New York, New York 10022

FEEMember $55Non-Member $90

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Latin America


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