Restructuring & Insolvency: White Collar Crime in Belarus – Bankruptcy.

In economic crises entrepreneurs often choose to protect their interests by initiating the bankruptcy of debtor companies as well as the bankruptcy of their own. However, the bankruptcy tool should be treated carefully, because, when implemented improperly, it may lead to criminal prosecution. Siarhei Miadzvedzeu and Roman Shpakovsky explain the consequences of bankruptcy initiating in Belarus.
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