Harmonization of Insolvency Law Impulses of a Franco-German initiative for the EU? Webinaire, mardi 15 juin 2021

Welcome
Michelle Schmitz, Head of the Allianz Representative Office Berlin
 
State of Affairs in the Franco-German Parliamentary Assembly
Prof. Dr. Urs Peter Gruber, Member of Association Henri Capitant Germany
Sabine Thillaye, Chairwoman European Affairs Commission and Member of the Franco-German Parliamentary Assembly
Prof. Heribert Hirte, Acting Chairman Legal Affairs and Consumer Protection Committee Deutscher Bundestag and German Coordinator WG on Harmonization Insolvency Law, Franco-GermanParliamentary Assembly
 
Comments, Intersection with Capital Market Union, Outlook
Alexander Bornemann, Head of Insolvency Law Unit, Federal Ministry of Justice
Julien Rosier, French Ministry of Justice
Dr. Andreas Stein, Head of Unit Civil Justice Policy, European Commission
Prof. Dr. Christoph Paulus, Member of EU Expert Group on Restructuring and Insolvency Law
 
Moderation: Margaret Heckel
 
Closing 
Prof. Reiner Schulze, Chairman of Association Henri Capitant Germany
 

The event will take place online via Webex in English. Registered participants will receive the dial-in details in a separate email one day ahead of the event.
 
We look forward to your participation.


Register here

Harmonization of Insolvency Law 

Impulses of a Franco-German initiative for the EU?

In cooperation with Association Henri Capitant Germany and Allianz SE

Tuesday | June 15, 2021 | 4:00 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.


The harmonization of French and German commercial law is a political goal that found its way into the Treaty of Aachen. Given the different legal systemsand traditions, the implementation of this goal is far from trivial. The Franco-German Parliamentary Assembly has taken up this challenge and commissioned a working group to draw up proposals to be presented before the end of June 2021. The basis for this weredrafts prepared by the Association Henri Capitant. This event provides a glimpse into the “engine room” of European legislation. It will focus on insolvency law, the harmonization of which is also a concern of the European Capital Markets Union initiative.