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New debt facility supports Begbies Traynor acquisition programme

The Business Desk 26 Feb 2024
Manchester-based insolvency specialist, Begbies Traynor, has agreed a new debt facility with HSBC Bank.
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Interpreting Sec 29A(c) of IBC: NCLAT shows how

Business Line 25 Feb 2024
Soon after, insolvency proceedings were initiated against Athena by Indian Bank, a short-term lender, triggering the Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (CIRP) on October 29, 2017.
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As Lebanon teeters on the edge, a war with Israel would be catastrophic

Stars and Stripes 25 Feb 2024
Lebanon’s insolvent banks won’t allow depositors to withdraw their money in full, which the rating agency S&P Global has called a selective default. The Association of Banks in Lebanon has said the ...
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Pvt companies must get act together on capex: RBI paper

Financial Express 21 Feb 2024
The corporate sector must “get its act together” and relieve the government of capex heavy lifting, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) officials have said in the February bulletin ... under insolvency law.
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Gov. J.B. Pritzker's 'more austere' $52.7 billion budget proposal revamps pension system

Chicago Sun-Times 21 Feb 2024
<img class="Image" alt="Illinois Gov ... The spending plan sets aside $175 million for the state’s “rainy day” fund, an emergency piggy bank that has gone from nearly insolvent in 2017 to $2.3 billion by next year, if passed by the General Assembly.
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Out-of-court insolvency fix for larger firms soon

Financial Express 20 Feb 2024
Also ReadReal estate firms laud IBBI tweaks on insolvency, liquidation. In January, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das had recommended that the government introduce pre-packaged insolvency scheme for corporates.
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Entrench ethical behaviour in financial institutions — First Dep BoG

Business Ghana 20 Feb 2024
... was at aimed at ensuring orderly exit of insolvent institutions to protect depositors' funds and also ensure the safety and soundness of the banking sector which was in a state of distress.
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China makes biggest-ever cut to key mortgage rate to bolster housing market

CNN 20 Feb 2024
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How important are consistent governmental policies in promoting economic growth?

Live Mint 19 Feb 2024
Credit for this turnaround is largely attributable to the implementation of robust bankruptcy laws under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) and the vigilant oversight of the Reserve Bank of ...
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Will empty offices cause the next banking crisis? Commercial real estate

The Daily Mail 17 Feb 2024
While that number is small relative to total bank assets, for some 231 banks, it could tip the lenders into technical insolvency ... If defaults do spike, the banks most at risk of insolvency would be ...
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Possible credit card restriction worries Turks mired in cost of living crisis

Famagusta Gazette 17 Feb 2024
... data from the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK) ... One consolation, he said, is that banks have not declared him insolvent as he’s attentive to pay the minimum amount due each month.
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Separate bank account must for each real estate unit under insolvency

Financial Express 16 Feb 2024
To achieve higher resolutions in the real estate bankruptcy cases, the Insolvency Board of India (IBBI) has asked resolution professionals (RPs) to operate separate bank accounts for each of the real estate project.
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Boosting real estate recovery: IBBI launches ‘project-wise resolution’ initiative

Business Line 16 Feb 2024
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) has also mandated that the IRP/RP should maintain separate bank accounts ...
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Feature: Possible credit card restriction worries Turks mired in cost of living crisis

Xinhua 16 Feb 2024
... data from the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK) ... One consolation, he said, is that banks have not declared him insolvent as he's attentive to pay the minimum amount due each month.
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European banks and their $1.5 trillion commercial property headache

CyprusMail 15 Feb 2024
Banks in Germany have become a particular focus ... But higher interest rates and rising building costs have tipped some developers into insolvency as bank financing dries up, deals freeze and prices fall.
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