Entries by Insolvency Law

Validated Refinancing Agreements in Spain

The mechanism for legal ratifcation of the refinancing agreement was reviewed under the Real Decree-Law. One of its amendments included extending the effects to non-participating creditors (without collateral) and clarifying its scope via vis-à-vis creditors (with collateral). This mechanism is making the conversion of credits into equity loans much more efficient in Spain.

Responsibility of Administrators in the Dissolution of Companies for Losses in Spain

The dissolution of any capital-based company in Spain which incur into losses has reduced the equity amount significantly. It would be beneficial for partners of the companies to either contribute to offset losses or to increase the capital of the company by contributing and receiving shares in the company. However, this implementation can face some challenges due to the varied type of losses.

Taxation Aspects of the Insolvency Law in Spain

Among the urgent measures adopted concerning the refinancing and restructuration of the enterprise debt in Spain, there are relevant novelties. The risk ranking of the restructured debts by the Bank of Spain Within the one-month period after the Royal Decree-Law ecomes effective, the Bank of Spain will establish public homogenous criteria for the ranking as […]

Restructuring of Entrepreneurial Debt in Spain

Numerous operationally solvent companies also face excessive financial debt that burdens their outcomes and leaves them without recourse against creditors. In many cases, this leads to liquidation. Frequently, the companies that are truly solvent from an operational point of view (capable of generating benefits during ordinary business) have turned out to be unsustainable from a […]