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What happens within the culture of an organisation when failure is not an option?

Our discussion starts with Kweku Adoboli recounting his experiences during the 2011 UBS Swiss bank scandal, and moves to the various lessons learned and the potential solutions for minimising the risk of wrongdoing.

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Deemed consent procedure under the Insolvency Rules England and Wales 2016

Following the Insolvency (England & Wales) Rules 2016, a variety of new decision making procedures have come into play. In our final video of the series, Chloe Poskitt focuses on how the deemed consent procedure works and the impact that this will have on insolvency practitioners.

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Electronic voting and virtual meetings - the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016

Now the Insolvency Rules 2016 are in place (6 April 2017), the decision making process for Insolvency practitioners has changed. George will take a look at how electronic voting and virtual meetings can be used and gives some practical advice to make sure your procedures are up to date.

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Changes in methods of communication for creditors and insolvency professionals

A key impact of the Insolvency (England & Wales) Rules 2016 is the way in which creditors and insolvency professionals can communicate with each other. Tom Nanson highlights the key changes that will impact creditors and insolvency professionals day to day.

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The practical implications of The Insolvency (England & Wales) Rules 2016

The long awaited Insolvency Rules 2016 came into force on 6 April 2017 and are the biggest change in insolvency law for the last 30 years. They reflect much more modern ways of working that will have an impact on creditors and, in particular, the insolvency profession on a day-to-day basis. Hear from commercial litigation and insolvency specialist, Chloe Poskitt on the subject.

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Legal update

12 January 2017 Adjudication costs and the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998

An overview of the prospects of recovering legal costs in an adjudication and the apparent conflict between the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 (the Late Payment Act) and the Construction Act.

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Legal update

12 January 2017 Enforcing adjudicators decisions: Amey Wye Valley Limited v The County of Herefordshire District Council

Parties continue to advance innovative arguments in an attempt to prevent the enforcement of adjudication awards.

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Company director’s legal duties and responsibilities - good governance and risk management

The session will cover steps that should be taken to protect you and your business, and six practical points for directors in both solvent and insolvent circumstances.

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Legal update

18 October 2012 Recovery of future losses as a result of a prepayment - watch the drafting!

In an early termination situation lenders sometimes look to recover lost income during the remainder of the term - this is particularly relevant to ABLs and invoice financiers.

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Legal update

18 October 2012 Recovery of future losses as a result of a prepayment - watch the drafting!

In an early termination situation lenders sometimes look to recover lost income during the remainder of the term - this is particularly relevant to ABLs and invoice financiers.

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