Save Comp. Collection and development of best practices in cross border cases for the survival of distressed companies, Co-Funded by the Action grants to support judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters JUST/2014/JCOO/AG/CIVI/7693 of the European Union The Università degli Studi di Genova (Applicant), Universitat de Valencia, University of Amsterdam, Institute of Private International Law – Sofia, Biznesa augstskola Turība, University of Glasgow, Charles University in Prague, Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz are conducting an international Project co-funded by the European Union in the files of (pre)insolvency in private and procedural international law. The Project started on February 2017, and will last two years. In March 2017 the first meeting between the Partners took place at the Department of Political Science – ex Albergo dei Poveri. Following a practical comparative international methodology, the goal of the Project is to collect and exchange best practices in the field of insolvency and pre-insolvency cross-border proceedings, so to help office holders in insolvency proceedings to better coordinate and implement international cooperation, thus enhancing management of multiple proceedings, re-organization of companies and the protection of creditors and interests of stakeholders. The Project aims at collecting best practices, rules of PIL and case law in insolvency and pre-insolvency cross-border proceedings at the domestic level, so to disseminate these first results, and possibly develop (and exchange) further best practices in private international law. Type of persons benefiting from the project A) EU insolvency and pre-insolvency office holders (accountants, lawyers, judges, notaries), who will directly benefit from the enhanced cross-border cooperation; B) companies, who will benefit from the enhanced cooperation in terms of better reorganization, quicker recovery; C) creditors and stakeholders, who will benefit of the enhanced cooperation in terms of quicker recovery of their credit. The collected case law and legislation will be available on the database unalex, and will be freely accessible. On the official website of the Project the different linguistic versions of the questionnaire can be found. Here you can download the Italian version of the questionnaire