Registration Includes: One telephone and web connection at one physical location
US: 10:00am – 11:00am ET
*Please remember the time zone differences if you are not on the East Coast.*
About the Webinar
In today’s economic environment, understanding insolvency proceedings in the countries where you do business makes sense. Learning more about the process can help prepare you and your company for worst-case scenarios. Join Baker McKenzie’s Mazen Boustany as he illuminates the warning signs for troubled companies in the UAE and whether creditors should continue to supply goods to a company.
The webinar will also cover:
- What to look out for
- Who to contact when a company goes insolvent
- Types of insolvencies in the UAE
- Who retains title to the goods
- What happens to goods in transit
About the Speaker
Mazen Boustany, Partner, Baker & McKenzie Habib Al Mulla, Dubai, UAE
Mazen Boustany has more than 25 years’ experience in banking and finance law in the Middle East and has practiced in the UAE for more than 14 years. Mazen advises on all aspects of banking and finance law, including Islamic and structured finance, securitization, private equity, financial structuring and restructuring, cross-border transactions and investment funds. He is experienced in domestic and international arbitration and is a qualified banker. In addition, Mazen advises several governmental ministries and agencies on all aspects of financial laws and regulations.
Mazen is a certified professional director from the Mudara Institute of Directors and is a member of the U.K. Securities Industry Management Association (SIMA). He has been awarded the CISI Level 3 certificate in derivatives, securities and financial regulations and the Islamic Finance Qualification (IFQ). Mazen is a certified Basel III professional (2011) and DIAC qualified arbitrator as well as a registered practitioner before the DIFC courts. In 2012, Mazen was appointed by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) as a short-term consultant to advise on UAE legislative matters in relation to security laws.
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