This webinar will deal with the following:
- Overview of the Bankruptcy Legislative Scheme under the Insolvency Act 1967 and Insolvency Rules 1969
- 5 Years On – Report Card on Impact of the 2017 Amendments to the Bankruptcy Legislation: 5 Years On
- Further Amendments? – What To Expect
Trevor Jason Mark Padasian was admitted as an advocate and solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in 1993, having been admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of
Victoria, Australia in 1991. He is a partner of Skrine in its dispute resolution department and has, over the years, handled a full range of civil litigation matters including commercial and insolvency
disputes. He has experience particularly in the area of personal bankruptcy and has given talks extensively on that area to the Bar, professional bodies (including that of the banking industry), and boards of companies, amongst others.
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