Recent Developments in PRC Real Estate Debt Market

Thursday 8 June, 12.30pm SGT (GMT +8)

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This INSOL programme will encapsulate some of the latest policies affecting the property market and will discuss recent trends and developments regarding debt investments in the PRC including how onshore and offshore factors interrelate. The panel will explore major topics of interest including the enforceability of keepwell deeds, which has been the subject of significant recent judicial treatment in Hong Kong, and the PRC’s new foreign debt measures and their implications. The panellists will share practical experience in safeguarding and taking control of project entities and real assets. The nuances in dealing with distressed properties will also be addressed.

Participants will receive updates on latest developments in the area of debt investments and enforcement in the PRC. Participants will also learn about the various legal and practical issues faced by insolvency practitioners in this area and how these issues are best addressed. With their experience and knowledge in offshore lending and realisation in the PRC, the Kroll and Hogan Lovells teams will be able to share valuable insights with the audience.


This seminar is pending accreditation from the Hong Kong Law Society.



Event Details


The virtual part of the event will be held online via zoom.

Can't join live? The content will be available On Demand for three months following the event. 

The in person part of the event will be held in Hong Kong in the Kroll Office.


Members of INSOL International: Free of charge
Non-Members: SGD 25



You will receive an email from INSOL with a link to access the webinar the day before the event