Restructuring and turnaround
NCTM has extensive experience in bankruptcy and insolvency law in general, as well as in debt restructuring procedures, distressed investments and so-called ‘special opportunities’.
The firm assists banks, institutional investors, Italian companies and multinational corporations in all corporate crisis phases and subsequent insolvency proceedings, as well as all tax-related issues and litigation concerning administrative proceedings.
NCTM’s activities in this field include:
- Assistance in the development of turnaround projects
- Identification of the most appropriate tools in the circumstances
- Assistance during the preparation and negotiation of reorganisation plans, debt restructuring agreements, pre-emption and bankruptcy agreements and extraordinary administrative proceedings
- Assistance in the acquisition of companies, assets and credits.
‘A mix of domestic and international clients ensures that this firm is engaged in a steady flow of operations. The team has successfully expanded its client base, which now includes UniCredit, Deutsche Bank and Fineuro. In a recent highlight the team assisted Hayes Lemmerz International with a security package concerning its Italian subsidiaries. The group is made up of ten partners, working out of Milan, Rome and Verona.
‘Sources say: “The team is responsive, diligent and works equally well in English and Italian.”’ — Chambers Europe
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This material was sourced from the NCTM website.
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