Senior policy makers responsible for the design or implementation of corporate and household insolvency legislation and related issues.
Participants should have five years of relevant work experience, good knowledge of the insolvency system, and preferably an advanced law degree. Attendance is by invitation only. Prerequisites are specified in the nomination request letters.
This workshop, presented by the IMF Legal Department, offers public officials a forum to share with peers their experience with corporate and household insolvency law reform and implementation, as well as insolvency prevention mechanisms. The workshop aims to build on the curriculum presented at last year’s workshop on the same topic, to further enhance and deepen participants’ understanding of the key considerations and challenges to insolvency law reforms. The interactive format of this workshop is designed for policy makers from a diverse group of countries dealing with corporate and household insolvency issues, leading international experts, and representatives of the IMF Legal and other functional and area departments, the World Bank, and other international organizations.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:
- Assess how policy objectives and technical solutions interact in corporate and household insolvency and other related areas.
- Identify trends for the future development of insolvency legislation.
- Extract lessons from positive and negative experiences.
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