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Financial & Debt Restructuring

The key in debt restructuring is to be able to survive and we know what it takes to help you achieve that, either through proper court representation or through negotiation and business planning.

We are skilled at acting both for and against financial institutions in matters relating to debt enforcement and bankruptcy law and registered or unregistered securities. Our team of experienced lawyers and mediators with substantial banking experience is best placed to advise both at the stage of negotiation as well as on initiating and pursuing debt enforcement proceedings, filing bankruptcy petitions, realizing assets and securities and filing complaints and appeals against decisions of enforcement authorities and bankruptcy courts.

Michael Vorkas & Partners LLC cooperates with a team of high-ranking ex-bankers and financial experts, who undertake to facilitate the credit approval process while falling within the client’s ability to repay in a way that is beneficial to both the client and the financial institutions, as the client will avoid arrear fees and the financial institutions will reduce their NPLs.

Negotiation with banks for the restructuring of existing loans and other credit facilities also offered, if the client so wishes, by our team of experts.

Our bank restructuring team regularly advises on:

  • Insolvency & Bankruptcy law
  • Enforcement proceedings of all forms of security
  • Recovery of assets
  • Disputes between financial institutions and customers
  • Disputes over guarantees
  • Petitions under Foreclosure legislation
  • Preliminary Injunctions on foreclosure and public auctions
  • Dispute of Illegal Interest Rates & Other illegal bank charges
  • Unfair Contract Terms including (Swiss Franc Loans)
  • Abusive and non-transparent loan terms against consumer’s rights
  • The violation of European Union Directives and Regulations relating to banking standards and protection of consumer rights
  • Haircut on uninsured deposits
  • The civil tort of misrepresentation
  • The Fiduciary Duty owed by banks to their depositors
  • Banking Fraud

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