Insolvency, Restructuring and Advice

When a company gets into financial difficulties it affects its creditors, business ventures, partners, licences, and the people in control of the company and its assets –before and after insolvency.  Our team has a strong track record and has assisted companies to get out of tight sports, fought-off financial challenges, continued to employ and put […]

When a company gets into financial difficulties it affects its creditors, business ventures, partners, licences, and the people in control of the company and its assets –before and after insolvency.  Our team has a strong track record and has assisted companies to get out of tight sports, fought-off financial challenges, continued to employ and put food on the table for employees, re-structured debts: in all,  worked out a solution acceptable to all.  That requires not only a thorough understanding of insolvency laws, but practical knowledge of how the financial community works.  We understand what the creditors will be willing to accept and what not.  In this way, we have helped moribund companies obtain a new lease of life.

As far as personal insolvency (‘bankruptcy’) is concerned, we have had a very strong track record. One of our colleagues is the author of a 1400-page legal practitioner’s book entitled ‘Bankruptcy Law in Malaysia & Singapore.’ It has been hailed favourably in written judgements of courts and has been the primary reference material.  We have assisted our clients withstand the onslaughts of creditors: and helped them get back on their feet.  We have many war stories to tell you.

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