Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “3RD SMU-Cambridge Roundtable on Corporate Insolvency Law” – below is their description.
3rd SMU-Cambridge Roundtable on Corporate Insolvency Law: ‘Implementing a Simplified Insolvency Framework for Micro and Small Enterprises’
Hosted by the Singapore Global Restructuring Initiative (SGRI), Centre for Commercial Law in Asia, Yong Pung How School of Law, Singapore Management University and the Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL), Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge in collaboration with INSOL International.
Event website (including the programme and material discussed in the Roundtable): https://site.smu.edu.sg/3rd-smu-cambridge-roundtable-corporate-insolvency-law
Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) represent the vast majority of businesses in most countries around the world. Despite their economic relevance, most jurisdictions do not provide an attractive insolvency framework for MSMEs. This event provides an overview of the insolvency reforms for MSMEs taking place in many jurisdictions around the globe, including Australia, Colombia, Myanmar, Singapore and the United States. It analyses the principles and policy recommendations that various studies and international organisations have suggested for the implementation of an efficient insolvency framework for MSMEs.
The views expressed by the speakers reflect those of the speakers in a personal capacity, and do not necessarily reflect those of their institution.
For more information see: https://www.3cl.law.cam.ac.ukCambridge Law Faculty YouTube Channel
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