An introduction to Antecedent Transactions (Preferences and Transaction at Undervalue Claims) – Junior Programme: Insolvency

This Junior Programme: Insolvency webinar, presented by Andrew Brown and Emma Loizou on Tuesday, 30 November covers ‘An introduction to Antecedent Transactions (Preferences and Transaction at Undervalue Claims)’.

The Insolvency Act 1986 provides specific statutory claims that allow office-holders to reverse transactions made by insolvency persons (companies and individuals) to return assets for the benefit of all creditors in specific circumstances. These claims are bread and butter insolvency work, and this talk is intended as an introduction for those new to practice in insolvency (lawyers, accountants, and those working with insolvency practitioners), or those interested in joining this field, to learn and review the basics of what these claims constitute, how to bring them, how to defend them, and particular issues encountered at the coal face.

Andrew discusses ‘An introduction to Antecedent Transactions: Preferences’.

Please find the presentation slides, here.

 

Emma discusses ‘An Introduction to Antecedent Transactions: Transactions at an undervalue’.

Please find the presentation slides, here.

 

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