Category: Turnaround

  • Safe harbour and Ipso facto clauses Law Reform: Bill introduced into Parliament

    06-07-17

      Ashurst share their article with us: What you need to know On 1 June 2017, the Government introduced the Treasury Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives No. 2 Bill) 2017 (the Bill) into the Commonwealth Parliament. The Bill contains two major reforms to Australia’s insolvency laws: – a new safe harbour from civil liability for […]

  • Major Insolvency Reform: India

    05-20-16

    Michael Sloan and Kathryn Smith from Ashurst share their article with us. A new Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Code) has been passed in India. The Code is aimed at modernising the process of liquidation and revival of companies in India. Why was reform necessary? The previous process was Court driven and often resulted in a […]

  • Recover and transform: How to fast forward to a time when you’re winning again

    08-05-15

    Martyn Strickland from Deloitte shares his article, Recover and transform: How to fast forward to a time when you’re winning again with us. Are you feeling the pressure? Following 23 years of unbroken economic growth, Australia is experiencing a period of unprecedented disruption which means managing your businesses performance isn’t exactly straightforward. In this environment, […]

  • The art of fast effective turnaround

    07-19-15

    Martyn Strickland from Deloitte shares his article, The art of fast, effective turnaround with us. Australia is in the decade of disruption. Industries and markets are changing faster than companies can adapt, leaving many under pressure despite strong balance sheets. In this environment, a fast and effective turnaround isn’t straightforward. Synthesised from more than 20 successful turnarounds, […]

  • Effective Corporate Turnaround Strategies

    09-06-12

    by Michael Fingland of Vantage Performance With corporate insolvencies at an all-time high and set to get worse, it’s worth taking time to review best practice turnaround techniques to ensure your business is prepared for any collateral damage. This year the Australian business community will have to deal with an estimated 15,700 corporate insolvencies. This […]

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