In re Stanford International Bank Limited [2009] EWHC 1441 (Ch) (2010) | South Bay Law Firm
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In re Stanford International Bank Limited [2009] EWHC 1441 (Ch) (2010)

Bankruptcy, Insolvency, Liquidation, Receivership
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If a company used to perpetrate a fraud (Ponzi, Madoff, Stanford) should fail, how should its centre of main interests (COMI) be determined for purposes of cross-border administration?


This 2010 case note, co-authored with Adam Al-Attar, Barrister, 3-4 South Square, London, UK, examines this question in light of the holding of In re Stanford International Bank [2009] EWHC 1441 (Ch).  It is accessible here.  Republished with kind permission of Chase Cambria Company (Publishing) Ltd.


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