Category: Insolvency Law

Case Commentary: Perennial (Capitol) Pte Ltd and Anor v Capitol Investment Holdings Pte Ltd and Ors [2018] SGCA 11 [Insolvency Law] [Just & Equitable Winding Up Applications] [Shareholders’ Disputes] [Management / Shareholder Deadlock]

A review of – and commentary concerning – the Singapore Court of Appeal’s decision in Perennial (Capitol) Pte Ltd and Anor v Capitol Investment Holdings Pte Ltd and Ors [2018] SGCA 11, concerning what constitutes “deadlock” in the context of an application to wind up a company on just and equitable grounds where shareholders have fallen out.

Contingent Liabilities As A Basis For The Composition of Debts [Insolvency Law] [Restructuring] [Company Law] [Companies Act] [Statutory Interpretation]

In the freshly released judgment in Re Empire Capital Resources Pte Ltd [2018] SGHC 36, the Singapore High Court reiterated that a scheme of arrangement under Singapore law could lawfully release third-party claims, i.e. the creditors’ claims against entities / persons other than (or in addition to) the […]

Part 3 – Conclusion: “Brand Singapore” as an International Debt Restructuring Hub [Insolvency & Restructuring Law]

*Originally published on LinkedIn here. Certain further amendments and changes to the content have been made. At the INSOL 2017 Congress, one of the hot topics was the upcoming legislative amendments to Singapore’s Companies Act, coming into effect this 31 March 2017 videthe Companies (Amendment) Bill 2017 (the […]