Debt Restructuring and Indenture Amendment: Practical Tips and Strategies in Evaluating Substantive & Technical Amendments
Recording Available: Wednesday, October 21, 2020
For distressed businesses, debt restructuring is the most practical option to solve financial woes without filing for bankruptcy. However, out-of-court restructuring of public debt presents unique complexities brought about by the Trust Indenture Act (TIA). Under the TIA, bond issuers are prohibited to amend indentures and intercreditor agreements without the bondholders’ approval. It also serves as debtholders’ tool in challenging restructurings outside bankruptcy. Thus, practitioners should be well versed in navigating the current and emerging issues to avoid potential risks and pitfalls.
In a LIVE Webcast, a panel of thought leaders and practitioners assembled by The Knowledge Group will discuss the significant and latest issues surrounding debt restructuring and indenture amendments. Speakers will analyze the use of TIA in restricting issuers’ ability to restructure public debt outside of a bankruptcy proceeding. They will also provide effective strategies on how to evaluate substantive & technical amendments.
Key topics include:
- Intersection of TIA and Bankruptcy Law
- Potential Risks and Pitfalls
- Essentials of a Successful Out-of-Court Debt Restructuring
- A Review of Notable Court Rulings
- Effective Tips and Strategies
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Who Should Attend:
- Bankruptcy and Restructuring Attorneys
- Restructuring Advisors
- Securities Litigators
- In-House Counsel
- Chief Compliance Officers
- Trustees and Other Fiduciaries
- Institutional Investors
- Chief Financial Officers
Jin Hee has extensive experience advising lender and borrower-side clients on complex U.S. and international syndicated loan transactions, acquisition financings, unitranche and direct lending transactions. Her work includes representation of clients involved in various sectors, including manufacturing, healthcare, financial services and technology. She has spoken at the American Bar Association on cross-border intercreditor matters and has broad experience in dealing with issues specific to UCC Article 9 secured financings. Jin Hee received her BA from Yale University and her JD from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
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Method of Presentation:
General knowledge of bankruptcy and indenture regulations
NY Category of CLE Credit:
Areas of Professional Practice
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