Accountants Daily Live: Tackling the end of JobKeeper

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  • Date: March 10, 2021 11:00:00 AM
  • Webcast date: Wednesday, 10 March 2021
  • Webcast time: 11am - 12pm AEDT
  • Webcast duration: 60 minutes
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  • Moderator Name: Jotham Lian
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  • Panellist Name 1: Bradd Morelli
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  • Panelist Name 2 : Chris Baskerville
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  • Panelist Name 3: Ryan Felsman
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  • Datetime: 3/10/2021, 11:00:00 AM

The right business turnaround or personal insolvency solution performed at the right time plays a vital role in determining whether a business recovers or winds up with the best-possible outcome.

With the end of JobKeeper on 28 March, what will the cascading effect look like for your clients and their suppliers? And with many business owners signing personal guarantees, will there be an increase in personal insolvencies?

While reformed debt restructure and liquidations procedures were designed to facilitate faster, simpler processes, they come with a multitude of complex regulations and eligibility requirements that increase company directors’ responsibilities.

With signs that the insolvency wave is starting, albeit with a ripple presently, and with new insolvency reforms to navigate, in this webcast we take a closer look at key considerations all practitioners should be across.

In this free live webcast, we will cover:

  • The current economic and insolvency environment – and what lies ahead (including the stress points and predicted timings)
  • Why deferral is detrimental
  • The signs of possible insolvency: red flags that signify a business is in difficulty
  • Steps to take when under financial pressure – and key timings
  • The different types of corporate and personal insolvency (i.e. what are the options?)
  • Navigating the recent insolvency reforms

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Jeremiah Sebastian

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