Restructuring & Insolvency
High level insolvency advice and litigation
Wynn Williams provides advice to significant national clients in this field. Our firm has litigated insolvency cases at the highest levels, including the Privy Council.

Our team works with large lenders – including ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited, and the Public Trust - to advise on and enforce their security position. We also provide advice in relation to complex issues in liquidation and receivership.

We regularly advise on:
  • liquidations and receiverships
  • the security position of lenders
  • debt recovery
  • enforcement of personal property securities
  • Securities Act and Companies Office investigations

Insolvency Updates

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Recent Projects

  • Advising ANZ Bank in relation to the restructure, receivership and sale of a large New Zealand transport business.

Articles

27/08/2018

Receiverships: who, what and why

The recent enforced receivership of national construction firm Ebert Construction has thrust receiverships back into the spotlight. With some 95 staff laid off and creditors owed around $40 million, the consequences of a high-profile company being forced into a receivership are apparent. Nonetheless, many people involved in the construction industry, and the general public, may have little knowledge of what a receivership entails.

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19/04/2018

Insolvency update April 2018

This article provides an update on insolvency matters with reference to recent case law.

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