Conference

6-9 April 2017: Stibbe attends the annual conference of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA)

6-9 April 2017: Stibbe attends the annual conference of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA)

6-9 April 2017: Stibbe attends the annual conference of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA)

30.03.2017 BE law

From 6-9 April 2017, the Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA) is holding its 27th Annual Meeting and Conference in the SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre, under the overarching theme of “Connectivity and Convergence”. 

Jan Bogaert (resident partner Hong Kong, and Vice-Chair of the IPBA’s Cross-Border Investment Committee) and Jan Peeters (managing partner Brussels, and Chair of the IPBA’s Banking & Finance Committee) will attend the conference on behalf of Stibbe.

On 7 April, Jan Bogaert will act as a moderator during a session on the differences between financial and strategic investors. This session will explore differences or indeed similarities between strategic and financial investors when pursuing and executing an M&A transaction. 

On 8 April, Jan Peeters will moderate a session on the funding of insolvency. In this session, panellists will present the array of solutions created by multi-jurisdictional practice including the funding of an insolvent business through a variety of potential means.

For more information about the conference, please click here.

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