Insolvency, Restructuring and Refinancing – IBSA Spring Conference 2022

Shipleys is delighted to sponsor the International Business Structuring Association's (IBSA) Spring conference, with Ben Bidnell joining the panel of expert speakers. The in-person conference will focus on an entrepreneurial case study to examine insolvency, restructuring and refinancing opportunities.

16 March 2022

The International Business Structuring Association (IBSA) Spring Conference will be taking place as an in-person event on Thursday 5 May, at the offices of Investec in London.

Based on a case study involving a unique golf simulation game that the conference’s example entrepreneurs have invented, the event will examine the ups and downs of their business and the various personal, legal, and financial complications that occur along the way.

Over four key sessions, conference delegates will discuss how the entrepreneurs can resurrect their business model, dealing with their intellectual property, insolvency procedures, corporate restructuring and refinancing opportunities, for ultimate success.

The conference will also explore international tax developments for the multi-national company emerging from the case study, and its focus on the world of sport and entertainment to maximise income for the company and its sporting personalities.

At the end of the event there will be a networking barbecue on the roof terrace of Investec’s offices, at 30 Gresham St EC2V 7PG, which will be a fantastic opportunity to connect with the speakers and to network with fellow conference attendees in a superb setting. 

We are delighted to announce Shipleys’ Principal, Ben Bidnell, is joining the panel of expert speakers on the day.

Find out more about the conference programme

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