Finch, Vanessa (2012) Corporate rescue: a game of three halves. Legal studies, 32 (2). pp. 302-324. ISSN 1748-121X
Three connected processes make up the UK corporate rescue regime: the formal, legal regime, informal approaches and the quasi-formal system, as exemplified by the pre-packaged administration. These three processes not only operate through different procedures but they are also attuned to the pursuit of different objectives and values, they are subject to different controls and they involve different roles for, and relationships between, the parties affected by corporate rescues. A number of negative and identifiable consequences flow from such divergences. An understanding of the tensions between these three systems and an awareness of the challenges posed by transition through different procedures does, however, help to explain many of the deficiencies of current corporate rescue processes and it also provides an enhanced basis for considering current proposals for reforming restructuring and working towards an improved rescue regime.
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|Library of Congress subject classification:||K Law > K Law (General)
K Law > KD England and Wales
|Sets:||Departments > Law|
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