bnt lawyer Frank Heemann celebrates 10 years with INSOL Europe and gives personal testimonials.
German lawyer (Rechtsanwalt) Frank Heemann, a partner with international law firm bnt attorneys in CEE, recently celebrated his 10th anniversary as a very active member of INSOL Europe.
After joining the organization in 2009 as an individual member, Frank Heemann is now joint editor-in-chief of the official quarterly journal of INSOL Europe – eurofenix, one of the co-chairs of the newly established “Insoltech & Digital Assets” wing and INSOL Europe’s country coordinator for Lithuania. Since September 2019, Frank Heemann is also a member of INSOL Europe’s Council, the governing body of the organization.
His recent testimonials about his membership in INSOL Europe can be accessed here: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/insol-europe_insol-testimonials-ymg-activity-6593448255026278400-ctPn/
INSOL Europe is the leading European organisation of over 1 200 professionals (lawyers, insolvency practitioners, judges, credit insurers, bankers, accountants, and others) who specialise in insolvency, business reconstruction and recovery. The mission of INSOL Europe is to take and maintain a leading role in European business recovery, turnaround and insolvency issues.
As an active and visible insolvency and restructuring lawyer, Frank Heemann leads the international insolvency and restructuring practice group of bnt attorneys in CEE together with Stela Ivanova, a bnt partner in Bulgaria. Experts from the firm‘s insolvency and corporate restructuring practice group advise creditors, debtors, insolvency administrators and other stakeholders on all insolvency and restructuring matters, including pre-insolvency protection of creditors’ rights, creating insolvency-remote collateral, representing creditors in insolvency proceedings, pre-insolvency debt restructuring, legal duties of company bodies and shareholders in crisis, capital maintenance regulations, mandatory regulations under tax/social security law, employee questions, mass lay-offs, joint intra-group liability, prerequisites and risks of de-facto management and distressed M&A.