I’m Slipping, I’m Falling, I’ve Got to Get Up: Helping the Debtor in Insolvency

Insolvency laws are an essential component for stability in a financial system. They are the foundation for orderly dissolution and reorganization of businesses facing financial distress. Insolvency laws facilitate efficient reallocation of capital locked in failed businesses.


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