Singapore’s Keppel Corporation today reported a SGD 506 million (about $381 million) net loss for FY 2020 after taking impairments of SGD 952 million (about US$761 million) mainly due to the offshore
TTB: What to do when the bottom falls out: Everything you hope you’ll never need to know about restructuring
In the past year, the tug and barge industry has seen one of its biggest names wind up in a bankruptcy case that’s been anything but a neatly prepackaged restructuring. Others have
Kristiansand, Norway, headquartered Siem Offshore Inc. says it has made “good progress” in its restructuring discussions with its secured lenders in Europe and leading bondholders, but cautions that the plan is also
The executive board and employee representatives of MAN Energy Solutions have agreed on a joint paper outlining the key points of the restructuring of the company announced July 22. The new plan
Preparing for “a prolonged period of stagnant sales as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic,” the executive board of MAN Energy Solutions is launching what it calls a comprehensive program to ensure
Dutch shipbuilder Royal IHC, long a leader in dredge design and construction and other areas, is to be refinanced and come under new ownership. An outline agreement on the acquisition and refinancing
Skudeneshavn, Norway, headquartered Solstad Offshore ASA reported yesterday that a majority of its creditors — including secured lenders, leasing companies, industrial shareholders and key bondholders — have established a common plan to
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In a stock exchange filing today, however, Mercator said that on September 10 creditor HSH Nordbank AG Singapore Branch filed an application with the Singapore High Court to have the company be placed under the judicial management of a judicial manager and that the hearing on that application is fixed for September 29.
Mercator says its board and management believe that the appointment of a judicial manager is not in the interests of the company, its creditors and its shareholders and that it intends to oppose application.
It has filed an application with the court for leave “to convene meetings of creditors no later than 4 months from the date of the application for the purposes of considering and, if thought fit, approving with or without modification a scheme of arrangement under section 210 of the Companies Act (Chapter 50) and for a stay of proceedings against the Company.”