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Meetings and exchanges

The AGS is in constant contact with the Conseil National des Administrateurs et Mandataires Judiciaires (CNAJMJ), the Institut Français des Praticiens des Procédures Collectives (IFPPC), correspondents from the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Social Affairs, Employment and Solidarity.

Concertation and cooperation at the service of proceedings and the AGS guarantee

Meetings are organised on a regular basis on national and local levels with all partners in receivership proceedings as well as with all participants upstream and downstream of the procedure.
At these meetings, the representatives of the Délégation AGS distribute to a large audience information about the activity of the wage guarantee scheme such as the statistic consolidation of bankruptcy effects or new developments in judicial decisions.
These meetings offer a platform for exchanging thoughts on the technical issues of the law of receivership proceedings and reinforcing collective efficiency to better serve and defend the interests of the wage guarantee scheme and its beneficiaries.

Dialogue with public authorities

The AGS intervenes in the context of dialogue with public authorities (Chancellery, Parliament, and Ministry of Employment) to assess and pre-empt the foreseeable impacts of the measures under consideration. Reforms of receivership proceedings, transposition of European law in insolvency, it acts in cooperation with the actors present in its field of intervention to provide answers tailored to the challenges of receivership, thereby reinforcing its partnership connections at regional, national and European level.

Training and information initiatives

Due to its expertise, the AGS intervenes in professional or academic conferences and helps to moderate training sessions and exchange meetings organised for magistrates, top civil servants, employment tribunal members, academics, jurists and more generally, parties to the receivership proceedings. During these exchanges, it contributes to collective thoughts about changes to the legal, economic and social context of procedures.