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Wilson Leung writes for ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE Magazine Issue 16 on interim receivers

In the latest issue of ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE Magazine, Wilson Leung looks at the court’s power to appoint an interim receiver in pending bankruptcy proceedings, pursuant to s.286 of the Insolvency Act 1986. The article discusses the decision in Eternity Sky Investments Ltd v Estate of Zhang Zhenxin [2023] EWHC 2744 (Ch) (in which Wilson acted as counsel, led by Philip Marshall KC), a rare illustration of the court deploying this power, which provides useful guidance on the applicable test.

To read Wilson’s article, please click here.