Serbian bankruptcy law
Winning the Eurovision Song Contest was only one of Serbia’s European achievements last weekend. They also hosted INSOL Europe’s 3rd Accessing Countries Committee conference, as reported by Economy, the Serbian business news website.
An abridged version of a paper on Serbia’s bankruptcy law developments by Jelena Marjanovic, winner of the 2006 Richard Turton Award, is available here (as published in Eurofenix, INSOL Europe’s quarterly journal).
Serbia has the advantage of having developed its bankruptcy law since 2000, incorporating many of the best bits of other insolvency regimes around the world. Making good use of that law is a work in progress.
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