Shareholders and Creditors Meetings Manual

By: John Verrill

Catalogue Number: NP6-7AP7

Shareholders and Creditors Meetings Manual

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • ISBN: 9781847663474
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Synopsis

An essential guide for legal and accountancy insolvency professionals and creditors the new edition of Shareholders and Creditors Meetings Manual (formerly Insolvency Meetings Manual) has been completely revised and expanded to cover not only insolvency meetings but also company meetings. The new edition takes account of the new Insolvency Rules 2009, the Companies Act 2006, Insolvency Act 2000, Enterprise Act 2003 and SIPs. New material includes: new chapters covering fees (remuneration), Scotland and an International chapter (including coverage of the UNCITRAL Model Law and EU Regulation on Bankruptcy Proceedings); inclusion of Professional Standards; e-communication; coverage of LLPs; coverage of small to medium CVAs and large companies CVAs. With stringent standards in place for conducting shareholders' and creditors' meetings this is a unique, comprehensive, practical manual that gathers together in one place the relevant regulations and current practice and procedures that need to be understood and followed by those conducting such meetings.

Author's Biography

John Verrill is a partner at Dundas & Wilson and is a corporate recovery specialist

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