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Diploma in Insolvency Law and Corporate Restructuring open for applications
The Diploma Centre is inviting applications for the Diploma in Insolvency Law and Corporate Restructuring which starts on 6 October. Areas covered will include insolvency, liquidation, receivership and bankruptcy. 
This course aims to provide a comprehensive practical overview of the current legislative framework in Ireland with respect to insolvency and corporate restructuring, from an analysis of basic concepts of debt restructuring, to a consideration of more complex issues such as financing considerations that may arise during the corporate restructuring process. The course will also delve into the effects of insolvency on companies in Ireland.
On completion of this programme, participants will be able to:
•Demonstrate a clear understanding of insolvency and corporate restructuring,
•Describe specific insolvency procedures such as liquidation, examinership and receivership,
•Explain particular corporate restructuring methods such as security assessment, debt restructuring and equity capital raising,
•Advise directors and shareholders in relation to distressed companies,
•Illustrate the legislative framework for bankruptcy and personal insolvency in Ireland.
This course is suitable for solicitors and trainee solicitors who are seeking to expand their knowledge in the area, barristers who practice in the area of insolvency and debt recovery, and other suitably qualified professionals working in the area, who wish to expand their knowledge and practical application of corporate recovery.
For further information, visit or contact Cian Monahan, Course Leader, by emailing: 
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