The goals are clear, and now is the time to act: There is still much to be done in order to achieve an efficient reduction in carbon emissions in Germany. However, if all of the relevant stakeholders in cities pull together then a great deal can already be achieved with the right measures.
Tallinn was recently voted the “European Green Capital”. Estonia’s capital has thus impressively demonstrated how far a city can go in bringing down its carbon emissions, given the necessary will and courage to act.
To what extent does economic uncertainty heighten the level of complexity associated with restructuring projects? And how can digitalization help companies to get through crises in better shape? A new study provides exciting answers to these questions.
1,245 companies filed for insolvency before German local courts in October 2022. This represents a 17.9 percent increase year-over-year. But what does this trend mean? And what are the implications for the restructuring market in the current year?
Dr. Arno Haselhorst has been appointed to the positions of Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Chief Restructuring Officer (CRO) at the GG Group (Gebauer & Griller). As an experienced restructuring expert, he will thus support this global corporate group’s existing management team led by Eva…