Arrangement with creditors;

Ajudicial procedure addressing companies in financial difficulty (not in insolvency), which are thus protected against foreclosure, and through which they may defer payments to creditors and may benefit from the support of an expert in business restructuring to overcome the difficulty.

Ad-hoc mandate;

A confidential judicial procedure, initiated by the debtor company, through which the receiver (an ad-hoc agent) negotiates with creditors the methods to overcome the operational, economic and financial difficulty.

Expense reduction program;

Temporary or special administration

Within the recovery and resolution procedures for credit institutions and investment companies.

Special administration

Within the financial recovery procedures for insurance and re-insurance companies.