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As we reported in an earlier article, new insolvency, bankruptcy and restructuring laws are opening up opportunities to rescue troubled businesses and boost asset recovery in the Middle East. But some cases have been more successful than others.
Drawing on the discussions from a Quantuma-hosted roundtable for lawyers and insolvency practitioners in London, Yaser Dajani assesses which recent cases have succeeded, which haven’t and what we can learn from the outcomes.
More and more opportunities for the sale and recovery of non-performing loans (NPLs) are opening up across the Middle East as legal options increase, and third-party investors move into the market.
Drawing on the discussions from a Quantuma-hosted roundtable in London for lawyers and insolvency practitioners, Yaser Dajani looks at what markets and approaches offer the greatest potential and how banks and investors can capitalize.
The Middle East has built up high levels of bad debt since the jolt of the global financial crisis and then the COVID pandemic. But the complexities of regulation and culture have impeded recovery. Now, this is all changing as a combination of rising third-party investment and innovative cross-border asset tracing and recovery strategies open up more and more funds for recovery.
Drawing on the discussions from a Quantuma-hosted roundtable in London for lawyers and insolvency practitioners, Yaser Dajani outlines the latest developments and how to capitalize on the openings in this increasingly vibrant market.