The insolvency law reform
Course ID ID18079_BUS
The Insolvency Law Reform Act 2016 was implemented in two stages, with Part 1 and Part 2 having come into effect on 1 March 2017 and Part 3 having come into effect as of 1 September 2017. The reform is having a significant impact on the practical and procedural aspects of an Insolvency Practitioner’s role.
Full Price $120.00
Alumni/Member Price $108.00
01 April 2018
31 March 2019
About This Course
In this online seminar Amanda Coneyworth and Morgan Kelly from Ferrier Hodgson will specifically address:
- Reporting to creditors in voluntary liquidations and court liquidations
- Creditor rights, including replacing appointees and accessing information
- Meeting procedures, including proxies, adjudicating proofs and the role of committees of inspection
- Approval of remuneration and use of related parties for professional services
This program is designed for legal practitioners involved in insolvency case. This seminar complies with the mandatory requirement of Substantive Law.
Morgan has extensive experience in advisory, workout and insolvency across a wide range of industries. This experience has involved formal appointments, expert witness reports and informal advisory roles in businesses ranging in size from SMEs to multinational organisations. He has worked throughout Asia, on domestic and cross border Insolvency and Restructuring engagements, across ten jurisdictions, advising corporates, financiers, government agencies and the World Bank/ IMF. Morgan is a Personal Property Securities Act (2009) (PPSA) subject matter expert, and regularly conducts training sessions for financiers and ARITA. Morgan is also frequently engaged to advise on PPSA risks and compliance strategies.
Amanda has over 12 years’ experience across a broad range of corporate insolvency administrations, complex corporate investigations, investigating accountant reviews, trade-on monitoring and business/asset sales. She manages Ferrier Hodgson’s compliance with legislative requirements and industry best practice, including preparing the firm’s precedents for changes under the Insolvency Law Reform Act. Amanda teaches insolvency law subjects at the University of Technology, Sydney. She also assists with the Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association’s Advanced Certification Program.
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