All the recent developments in the corporate crisis management law is focused on improving the tools for crisis management outside the courtroom, through private law agreements between the stakeholders .
The complex procedures of Italian law, for time, costs and complexity, often do not allow to preserve the main assets of the company, and seldom permit an effective exit from the crisis .
In addressing the crisis without the courts some key factors proved to be fundamental:
- An early intervention;
- The development of a solid and effective restructuring plan;
- The existence of human and financial resources required by the Plan implementation.
To discuss this issue , a meeting was organized at Marco Polo Advisor on 16 April at 1730 in the form of a round table. We will listen to the testimony of interesting speakers from the world of credit and from experts of restructuring.


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