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Category: Companies

  • TMA Australia welcomes new chapter president

    01-18-23

    Dear TMA Australia members, sponsors and partners, The Turnaround Management Association (TMA) Australia has today announced Chris Martin, Partner at KordaMentha in Melbourne, as the association’s new Chapter President. A long serving TMA committee member, Chris has been an active TMA member for over a decade, serving over six years as a Board member, Director […]

  • That’s a wrap – 2022 TMA Australia Conference

    01-04-23

    The 2022 TMA Australia conference, presented in a hybrid format, delivered another program that brought together world-class speakers, highly relevant topics and turnaround case studies of all sizes, together with fabulous networking opportunities Thanks to attendees, sponsors and speakers.  We hope the event provided you with a range of resources and skills to deal with […]

  • TMA submissions on corporate insolvency in Australia

    12-12-22

    TMA Australia has made submissions to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services for the purposes of its inquiry into corporate insolvency in Australia, which are now publicly available (https://lnkd.in/gZcPpuk2). The TMA working group that prepared the submissions was led by Richard Hughes, with unput from Paul Apathy, Jennifer Ball, Cameron Belyea, Lily Davies, Gayle Dickerson, Georgia Gamble, Scott Guthrie, Clint […]

  • Turnaround Survey – KordaMentha | TMA Australia

    09-18-22

    The annual KordaMentha and TMA Australia survey collects key insights and opinions from various turnaround industry stakeholders. Join the conversation about Australia’s current economic and business environment and the outlook beyond 2022.  Respondents to last year’s survey highlighted border closures, recruitment and supply chain delays as the most significant pressures facing Australian businesses. But now […]

  • ‘Safe Harbour’ protections may help Australian startups and scaleups ride out the current storm

    07-29-22

    Legal Briefing – By Paul Apáthy, Mark Clifton and Elizabeth Henderson (Herbert Smith Freehills). With a tightening market for capital, the ‘safe harbour’ protections may be critical for Australian startups and scaleups who are unsure if they can raise more capital within their current cash runway or who need to raise through debt securities like convertible notes. […]

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