US Restructuring Outlook

The New Bankruptcy Paradigm

room Live Virtual Briefing
  • As the US economy faces an unprecedented crisis the ability of the restructuring community to successfully turn around struggling companies is more vital than ever. But the challenges facing the market go far beyond the usual questions of valuation and viability and instead ask fundamental questions about how we should approach restructuring in an ongoing crisis without a clear end.

  • Live Virtual Briefing: 11.00 - 11.45 ET

  • Snapshot – Current Restructuring Trends

    Joshua Friedman
    Joshua Friedman
    Global Head of Restructuring Data, Debtwire
  • Panel - The New Bankruptcy Paradigm

    For more than forty years, Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code has been a mainstay of the US turn around market, affording tools, protections and optionality for distressed companies looking to effectuate efficient operational and financial restructurings.  But in the nascent COVID-19 era, debtors with once clear exit strategies have been forced to seek alternative restructuring paths, while others have sought relief so extraordinary that it arguably violates the Bankruptcy Code. Given the seeming disruption the coronavirus pandemic has inflicted upon the restructuring landscape, does Chapter 11 remain the solution to distressed companies’ problems?  What steps do companies, creditors and advisors need to take to ensure that Chapter 11’s value proposition remains reliable?

  • Q&A