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Lilian Welling-Steffens focuses on structured and secured financing, restructuring, and (cross-border) insolvency. She is also experienced in the area of private international law and property law. Lilian is a noted academic in this field, publishing regularly, acting as a guest lecturer at Universities and speaking at industry events. She is also an active member of various industry associations, including member of the Knowledge Development Committee of the Dutch Restructuring Association.

The Dutch Scheme allows tenants to restructure their debt, including outstanding rent, outside of formal insolvency proceedings under a court-approved restructuring plan. A tenant may also propose amendments to, inter

Continue Reading The ‘top-up’ (bank) guarantee in a Dutch Scheme – for as long as it lasts…

There is a global trend to move capital to more sustainable economic activities. To ensure that capital is moved to the desired activities, several questions arise:

  • What is sustainable?
  • How

Continue Reading The EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive and the Proposal for Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive

A legislative proposal to amend the Temporary Act COVID-19 was adopted by the Dutch parliament on 12 November 2020, and adopted by the Dutch Senate on 24 November 2020. The
Continue Reading Amendments to Temporary Act COVID-19 (Tijdelijke wet COVID-19) – Suspension of Bankruptcy Request and Stay on Other Recovery Measures