• Bankruptcy Judge

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Expert opinion

A court of law is confronted with a claim from the former shareholders of a now bankrupt company. They claim that the principal lenders have pushed the company into the abyss and want to be compensated for the losses. The judges need an unbiased, objective view on the business failure drift process.

  • Based on a reconstruction of events can one speak of causal relationships between the decision making process of the lenders, as well as their behaviour, and the bankruptcy?
  • What was the (impact of the) role of other stakeholders including company management and shareholders?
  • How did the stakeholder’s assessments and actions made sense at the time, given the circumstances that surrounded them?

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