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KPMG Cyprus Credit Institute

KPMG Cyprus Credit Institute

Bringing the Corporate and the Financial communities together

Bringing the Corporate and the Financial communities together

We are happy to announce the official launch of Credit Insights, the official publication of the newly formed KPMG Cyprus Credit Institute. 
 

In this third edition of the Credit Insights you will find articles covering the following themes:

  • A roadmap to mend damaged relationships between businesses and banks. Touches upon the breakdown of communication and trust between banks and businesses in recent years and discusses what needs to be done to regain confidence and credibility, which are foundational for the resilience and prosperity of our economy
  • Company Directors’ overriding role and responsibility in corporate rescue. Following on from the introductory topic, we explore recent legislative and regulatory developments which are shifting the onus of director responsibility towards the interests of creditors, when a company is facing financial difficulty. Directors have a legal duty, with profound personal implications, to take an array of actions to protect their companies from insolvency.

Previous editions

Previous editions of the Credit Insights are also available.
 

The second edition (June 2019) covers the following themes:

  • Corporate sector Non-Performing Loans: which way? We analyse what, and to what extent, stakeholders are doing to rescue the country’ s businesses, on the basis of NPL trends analysis
  • Developments in lending conditions to the corporate sector. We investigate  what, and to what extent, stakeholders are doing to avert similar distress traits in the future, on the basis of fresh lending data analysis.  The challenging issues of re-financing existing debt and taking lessons from past mistakes are also part of this analysis.

The first edition (May 2019) covers the following themes: 

  • Debt Advisory in a Complex World. Touching upon the importance of an efficiently operating debt market in the new world order of ceaseless business upheaval
  • Corporate rescue. Following on from the introductory topic, we investigate the pre-requisites for a sustainable turnaround for businesses in distress and discuss the role and duties of directors in preserving the health of their companies.

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