The Restructuring Directive ensures that entrepreneurs and companies in financial difficulties can seek support at an early stage in order to keep their business going. Where there is a likelihood of insolvency, Member States must give debtors the opportunity to access a preventive and flexible restructuring framework that enables them to restructure their business in order to prevent insolvency.

This note aims at summarising the expected changes to Luxembourg insolvency law resulting from the Draft Bill.

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