New Zealand’s strong economy means the number of formal insolvency appointments remains relatively low. There are some exceptions. Traditional high-street retailers are experiencing a challenging environment and while the construction industry is booming, expansion can bring difficulties, such as overtrading.
If you are a trade creditor, you need input from someone who can tell you how much you are likely to get back and how long it is likely to take, so you can make the necessary arrangements and move on. If you’re an insolvency practitioner, you need to know that the steps you are taking comply with the law.
We have acted on some of New Zealand’s highest-profile insolvency cases. Our expertise extends to alternatives to formal insolvency appointments, such as workouts and informal debt restructuring. We draw on the expertise of all areas of our business, including finance, corporate law and dispute resolution, and we have strong relationships with banks and insolvency practitioners.
Our experience includes advising: