Lee Shih and Huey Lynn write about the Singapore decision on the appointment of interim judicial managers.
The Singapore High Court in Re KS Energy Ltd and another matter  SGHC 198 granted an order for the appointment of interim judicial managers (IJM) over two companies upon the application by a creditor.
This decision is useful in setting out the principles for the appointment of interim judicial managers. This decision is also persuasive for Malaysian law as Malaysia’s judicial management provisions are modelled after Singapore. Continue reading