Chambers Europe Rating 2016
Restructuring and Insolvency
What the team is known for Esteemed and well-resourced practice that regularly assists domestic and international creditors with a range of bankruptcy and insolvency issues, including debt collection. Routinely acts for clients on regulatory and restructuring mandates. Noted for its expertise in contentious and non-contentious matters, as well as its international focus.
Strengths Clients praise the team's "specialist" knowledge, saying: "They are a big, well-functioning office."
Work highlights Assisted F Group, and Nordea as the main creditor, with complex restructuring issues.
Advised Aage Oestergaard Horsens on a ring-fencing agreement with its creditors Sydbank and Danske Bank.
Significant clients Nykredit, DNB, Handelsbanken, The Danish Travel Guarantee Fund, SEB.
The "hard-working" Carsten Ceutz is well regarded for representing both financial creditors and bankrupt estates in corporate restructurings and insolvencies. He has further expertise in oil and gas production, trading and management liability.
Michael Serring is highly regarded for his experience in bankruptcy disputes, investigations and white-collar crime. His recent work includes representing Jyske Bank in an avoidance action brought against Ellen Holmgård.
Troels Tuxen co-heads the department and has considerable experience in restructuring matters. He regularly assists clients with corporate and bankruptcy matters, and has advised Jutland Meat on bankruptcy litigation.
Erik Malberg offers expertise as a trustee and has worked on a number of Danish bankruptcy proceedings. He has great experience of administrating the estates of distressed companies. He regularly advises clients from the financial sector.
Chambers and Partners Europe, Restructuring/Insolvency