CERIL has published several statements on current topics in the field of restructuring and insolvency law. CERIL’s vision is to provide a unique independent perspective to endorse significant long-term improvements in restructuring and insolvency systems across the European Union.
Topics mentioned for further research and discussion have been: improvements in the field of the Insolvency Regulation Recast as well as out-of-court restructuring, security rights, contracts, employment, fraudulent transactions, director's liability, simplifying cross-border communications and proceedings etc.
CERIL has organized itself in various CERIL Working Parties ("Working Parties") dealing with a specific topic of restructuring or insolvency law. Currently, CERIL has the following Working Parties (for details see the relevant page):
Director's liability; chaired by Michal Barlowski
Avoidance actions; chaired by Reinhard Bork
Groups; chaired by Nora Wouters
Consumer rights; chaired by András Osztovits and Annina Persson
Post-Brexit cross-border instruments; chaired by Francisco Garcimartin and Michael Veder
Rights in rem; chaired by Irene Lynch Fannon and Annemari Õunpuu
Debt-for-equity swap; chaired by Stathis Potamitis and Roel Fransis
Drafting a second edition of the CoCo Guidelines (2007); chaired by Paul Omar
Code of conduct for the Group coordinator; chaired by Daniel Fritz
Quality and effectiveness of insolvency systems; chaired by Ignacio Tirado
Matters regarding the European Insolvency Regulation 2015 (EIR 2015); chaired by Bob Wessels and Stephan Madaus
Mediation in insolvency; chaired by Erik Selander and Reinout Vriesendorp