The IPAS Publication Committee hereby presents our year end case update on Chee Yoh Chuang and Anor (as Liquidators of Progen Engineering Pte Ltd) v Progen Holdings Ltd  SGCA 31. This commentary on an important recent ruling by the Singapore Court of Appeal is relevant for insolvency practitioners. We trust that it would prove.
13-15 March 2011 – Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, Republic of Singapore Early Booking Deadline 15 December 2010 It’s only one week until the early booking deadline closes. There are a limited number of delegate places available so please register early to avoid disappointment. The online registration brochure gives details of the three tier technical programme. This.
IPAS is proud to support the following event: Insolvency Seminar The Law Society of Singapore and the Singapore Academy of Law are holding a 3 hour seminar on Insolvency Law on 20 July 2010 (2.30pm- 5.30pm) at the Supreme Court Auditorium as part of a series of Legal Practice Skills Development seminars in 2010 intended.
The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) has proposed to streamline the procedure for filing of accounts of receipts and payments. Click here for details of the proposed Streamlining of procedure for filing of Accounts of Receipts and Payments with IRAS, by liquidators of companies which are winding up (voluntary or compulsory). We would appreciate.
The Maritime Law Association of Singapore will be organising the 3rd Asian Maritime Law Conference (3AMLC) on 6-7 May 2010 at Swissotel Merchant Court, Singapore. Themed “Arrest, Arbitration and Restructuring”, the 3rd Asian Maritime Law Conference this year will deal with: Developments in Arrest Revisit ship arrest, understand how it is handled in popular jurisdictions,.
It’s only three weeks to go until the early bird booking fee closes so get your bookings in well ahead of time to ensure you reserve your place. The Madinat Jumeirah Dubai, is an incredibly popular hotel with international travellers. Delegates are encouraged to book early to avoid the risk of having to stay at.
The present economic slowdown has highlighted difficulties that may arise in recoveries especially where there are cross border issues. What has started largely as difficulties for certain banks and financial institutions has now affected the wider economy. The slowdown presents an opportunity to review the rules of the game. Even before the crisis, work was.
The Ministry of Law (MinLaw) and the Insolvency & Public Trustee’s Office (IPTO) are considering amendments to Part VII of the Companies Act, Cap. 50 by introducing a new section 212A that will cater for schemes of arrangement for companies that are insolvent or approaching insolvency. Click here for the Proposed New section 212A, Companies.
The Singapore Academy of Law is organising a Visiting Fellows Programme supported by the Insolvency Practitioners Association of Singapore (IPAS) on International Insolvency Law from 26 – 27 August 2009 at the Supreme Court Viewing Gallery. The programme will look at the special problems that are encountered when a debtor’s insolvency occurs in circumstances where.
From 1 August 2009, members must adhere to an enhanced Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics. The current Code will continue to apply until 31 July 2009 and thereafter the enhanced Code will come into force on 1 August 2009. The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore (ICPAS) and the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory.