As an insolvency practitioner, I occasionally see the impact that shadow and de facto directors can have on companies.
Section 461(k) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) is a discretionary power of the court to order the winding
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In cases of potential fraud, misappropriation of funds or suspected insolvency, we can perform an investigation of the affairs of an individual or company.
Secured creditors are often empowered to appoint an Investigating Accountant to review the financial position and performance of their borrower client. We have been engaged in the past to conduct such investigations and report back to the secured creditor, so they can them make an informed decision regarding the next course of action.
If the Courts are involved in the dispute resolution process, Orders can be made allowing an appointed party, such as ourselves, to investigate and prepare a report regarding the affairs of an entity under examination.
If you or a client are in need of an Investigating Accountant, please contact us on 08 9215 7900 for a cost and obligation free consultation.