With 2017 having drawn to a close, it makes sense to look back briefly at the work which has driven the offshore restructuring world in the past year. More importantly, it is time to consider the restructuring trends that may be seen in the next twelve months in light of factors including: (i) a rising interest rate environment in the US; (ii) continued coordinated OPEC / non-OPEC action; and (iii) ongoing disruption in traditional bricks and mortar retail.

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