The Banking, Finance & Capital Markets (BFCM), Insolvency and International Arbitration Commissions are excited to invite you to the joint seminar on special situations related to banking and finance in Rome from 14 to 16 March 2024.
Financial institutions are being disrupted, facing challenges from consumers, creditors, financial regulators and innovative competitors. Alternative dispute resolutions are coming to the rescue, alternative finance instruments are bridging the gap.
When the ‘problems’ hit the fan, lawyers need to step back, take time to reflect and look at the issues from a global perspective. No better place to do it than the Eternal City!
Together with regulators, practitioners and industry leaders, we will discuss and dive deep into the world of alternative dispute resolutions in the banking sector, bank restructuring, distressed finance, financing of contentious claims and credit funds in restructuring operations. All are guaranteed by the joint forces of BFCM, Insolvency and International Arbitration Commissions.
Alongside the academic programme, our Organising Committee has put together an exciting social programme.
This seminar will be a fantastic opportunity to connect with fellow professionals operating in and around banking and finance, insolvency and international arbitration and at the same time to savour the history and charm of the once “capital of the world”.
We look forward to welcoming you to Rome.
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Beyond banking: When restructuring hits the finance
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Welcome address by the AIJA Bureau representative and the Organising Committee
Global instability and inflation: When the perfect storm hits the global economy. Impact on banks and financial institutions
What is changing in the relationship between financial institutions and their clients. What are the effects of the spreading of distressed situation on new agreements
Contractual tools: how to govern the risk of distressed situation before disputes and crisis arise
Bank restructuring: the role of financial institutions and lessons learnt from the Credit Suisse case
International arbitration and its use in finance transactions to face distressed situations: current trends
Alternative dispute resolutions in the banking sector
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Case study: Access to justice and financing of contentious proceedings
Mock case to be solved by audience
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