The increasingly complex capital structures of corporates the world over, coupled with an evolving body of financial players wanting to enhance stakeholder value and ensure returns for their investors, have made restructurings and insolvencies more complicated and time consuming. Changes in this field take place extremely quickly, which makes an up-to-date and comprehensive guide through the myriad of legal and financial complexities an absolute necessity to operate in today's market rather than a dispensable luxury.

The primary purpose of International Corporate Rescue is to introduce practitioner value to a range of corporate rescue and insolvency issues across a multitude of jurisdictions. It aims to do this by examining and commenting on the factors affecting global economic change and their ramifications.

The journal also seeks to inform and influence opinion in a variety of areas ranging from the trading desks of special situations teams at investment banks and funds to restructuring professionals in accountancy, legal and financial sectors and the academic world. This scope makes International Corporate Rescue one of the most relevant restructuring and insolvency journals in the marketplace.

To reflect the needs of the marketplace, International Corporate Rescue is structured to include:

  • Editorial
  • Articles covering many aspects of corporate recovery and insolvency law and practice from across the globe
  • US Corner
  • Economists' Outlook
  • Case Review section

The coverage and analysis published in the journal is truly international. Articles are sourced from a variety of industry experts and provide a cross-section of comment and opinion. The content is broad enough to cover industry perspectives, yet specialised enough to address issues facing restructuring professionals on a day-to-day basis.

As a result, since its launch in 2004, International Corporate Rescue has been relied on by practitioners, financiers and lawyers throughout the world.