Debtor-in-possession proceedings in Japan
In this article, we take a brief look at an insolvency proceeding that has been introduced recently in Japan and has garnered a lot of attention — ‘debtor in possession’ corporate reorganisation proceedings (or DIP proceedings). After summarising its key elements, we set out a short critique of DIP proceedings and highlight issues that creditors should be wary of.
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