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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Insolvency rates have been at record lows since mid-2020. With COVID-19 beginning to subside in the community, the post-pandemic economic outlook is extremely interesting. Increasing costs of living coupled with rising interest rates are placing pressure on businesses to raise wages – the same businesses that were navigating the unpredictable challenges of the pandemic only 12 months ago. These factors, combined with a new federal government and the record level of debt owed to the Australian Taxation Office makes for a very interesting market in the back half of 2022 and into 2023.
Our insolvency training sessions are designed to fill the gaps in what people understand about corporate and personal insolvency and are centred on sharing our extensive experience and real-world examples.
Our delivery is deliberately informal and interactive, and we can speak to audiences of all levels – graduates through to practitioners.
The benefits of our training for you and your team are:
Our presentations are delivered by Greg Quin and Kim Wallman, who have 45 years of combined experience. Greg and Kim can accommodate the needs of your team so that you get the most out of the session.
The sessions are normally one hour in duration and two to three of the topic areas comfortably fill the time.
We have designed insolvency training topics that address the following areas:
To speak with us further about more information or booking in a session, please fill out the below form or contact us on 08 9215 7900.