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Complex Business Structures and the IP's Power to Investigate

Understanding the relationships surrounding a debtor’s business or the structure of a group of companies is fundamental to the work that we do: where do the assets lie; who owns the shares; and what rights of recovery do we have in our capacity as IP that would allow us to make the most effective recovery in that situation?

Description

Understanding the relationships surrounding a debtor’s business or the structure of a group of companies is fundamental to the work that we do: where do the assets lie; who owns the shares; and what rights of recovery do we have in our capacity as IP that would allow us to make the most effective recovery in that situation? What advice can we give to petitioning creditors facing a complex business structure, designed to make pursuit difficult? This in-depth course looks at the various types of business structure you could come across in your work as an IP and provides you with the tools that you need to investigate and maximise recovery.

CPD Learning Outcomes

  • Partnerships, limited partnerships and LLPs: understanding who is liable
  • Company group structures and cross guarantees: how do you exercise control
  • Powers re cross-border/foreign jurisdictions within group structures
  • Corporate partners and partnerships: understanding where liability rests
  • Powers to investigate under insolvency legislation and potential outcomes
  • Powers to overturn transactions using Companies Act legislation
  • Rights of shareholders in group structures

Who Should Attend

This course is aimed at licenced Insolvency Practitioners and their staff, who are looking for a comprehensive introduction or update to their investigation and recovery skills .

Cost

Full day course: £310 + VAT

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