International Insights: A Canadian Guide to 2022 – Insolvency/Bankruptcy/Restructuring

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Canada: International Views: A Canadian Guide to 2022

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Davies Insolvency Now, issue 4

In 2022, we expect an increase in restructurings and insolvencies as tax protections expire and businesses face continued cash shortfalls, mounting debt, changing consumer behaviors and rising rates. of interest.

Despite these challenges, while we recognize the immeasurable loss of life caused by the pandemic, as restructuring professionals we are fortunate to see firsthand that disruption does not always equal loss and that change s comes with opportunities.

In this issue of Insolvency nowwe look at four global innovations that will reshape insolvency and restructuring in Canada as we emerge from the pandemic:

  • a shifting focus on environmental, social and governance considerations

  • a resurgence of old tricks in debtor-in-possession restructurings

  • the growing popularity of default activism and bond-driven refinances

  • the changing role of courts and administrators in hard-hit sectors

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Insolvency now is a quarterly publication that analyzes major trends and developments in the insolvency and restructuring community.

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