Arguably, the most critical aspect of any secured transactions regime is the enforcement mechanisms available in case of a debtor's default. Having a predictable, reliable and effective enforcement framework reduces credit risk, and thereby the cost of credit.
This event brings together leading experts to discuss the most significant advances in debt enforcement and the challenges which lie ahead.
|8:30-9:00||Registration and Welcome|
|9:15-10:30||Presentation of the Study on Enforcement of Creditors' Claims in Selected EBRD Countries|
|10:45-12:00||Enforcement of Security Interests in Common and Civil Law Jurisdictions|
|13:00-14:15||Latest Trends affecting Enforcement: Alternative Dispute Resolution in Enforcement related Disputes|
|14:30-15:45||The Road Ahead for Secured Transactions Reform in the EBRD Region|
|15:45-17:00||Efficiency of Court Enforcement Procedures - Is Digitalisation the Answer?|
Study report on the legal framework for the enforcement of commercial creditors' claims in selected European Bank for Reconstruction and Development countries of operations (Albania, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece and Ukraine).