Small Business Restructuring: Practical Strategies and Recent Developments

All business lawyers, and not only insolvency lawyers need to understand the small business restructuring scheme. It is expected that appointments under the scheme will continue to rise in this economic climate, as the SBR frameworks provides a useful mechanism for small businesses to be able to reassess, plan and move forward with their business.  Gain practical strategies, case studies and examine recent developments.

Tuesday, 10 September 2024
Early Bird Discount ends 2 Aug 2024 $112.00
Description

Attend and earn 1 CPD unit in Legal Knowledge
This program is applicable to practitioners from all States & Territories

Chair

Peter Mills, Principal Consultant, Keypoint Law

12:00pm to 1:15pm Small Business Restructuring (SBR) – What it is And How it Works

 

  • What is SBR
  • Who is eligible for SBR
  • The SBR process
  • Who is the Restructuring Practitioner
  • Developing the Restructuring Plan
  • Implementing the Restructuring Plan
  • Benefits of SBR
  • Comparison to Voluntary Administration
  • Restructuring appointments – the stats
  • Case studies and tips
  • If participant is a sole trader - should you incorporate rather than personal liability
  • Tax issues

Presented by Ashley Leslie, Director – Restructuring & Recovery, Vincents; Registered Official Liquidator and Trustee in Bankruptcy 

Presenters


Peter Mills, Principal Consultant, Keypoint Law
Peter is a Principal Consultant with Keypoint Law, and regularly presents seminars to lawyers and industry bodies. Peter is a recognized expert in the Personal Property Securities Act (2009) and its interaction with other laws and registers, including insolvency under the Corporations Act (Cth). For the last 15 years Peter has focused his practice on personal property securities (PPS), creditor recoveries and insolvency. Peter advises controllers (voluntary administrators and liquidators), trade creditors, accountants, small and medium-sized enterprises, subsidiaries of local and overseas companies and other law firms. Peter is currently the vice president (Queensland division) of the Australian Institute of Credit Management (AICM), a member of Queensland Law Society's Banking and Financial Services Law Committee, a working group member of the United Kingdom Secured Transactions Law Reform Project and a member of the PPS Registrar's Users Forum. In 2010 Peter received an AICM national award for services in relation to PPS and in 2013 he received the inaugural AICM Marion Hintz award.


Ashley Leslie, Director – Restructuring & Recovery, Vincents

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Small Business Restructuring: Practical Strategies and Recent Developments

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Tuesday, 10 September 2024
12.00pm to 1.15pm Australia/Brisbane
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