Clayton Utz - Brisbane
Thursday 12th August 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Clayton Utz, Level 28, Riparian Plaza,
Join TMA NextGen to hear from our guest speakers as they share insights, tips and tales from their time in the restructuring and turnaround industry.
Creator & Founder, 52 Risks
Peter Deans is a former Chief Risk Officer. Peter retired in May 2019 after seven years as Group Chief Risk Officer of the Bank of Queensland and a banking and finance career of over 32 years.
Peter now undertakes selected risk and strategy advisory engagements as well as holding a number of board roles. He is currently Chair and Non-Executive Director of Maia Financial Group (owned by KKR and HPS Investment Partners) and a Non-Executive Director of Trade for Good Pty Ltd and The Regtech Association. Peter is also the Creator & Founder of the 52 Risks management framework (www.52Risks.com).
Partner, Bentleys Corporate Recovery
Tracy is an insolvency, business turnaround and advisory specialist and Registered Liquidator. She has experience in diverse industries including commercial and residential developments, health and aged care, tourism, retail, hospitality and gaming, mining, manufacturing, transport, rural businesses and accommodation. Her work across the broad spectrum of business types and structures has equipped her with strong business acumen and business operations know-how.
Tracy has led many formal and informal appointments, including Receivership engagements with top-tier banks and financiers, as well as business reviews and Investigative Accountant’s Reports.
Partner, Minter Ellison
Melinda is the head of MinterEllison’s Queensland disputes practice. She is a specialist financial litigation, insolvency and restructuring lawyer.
Melinda has significant experience acting for listed companies, large scale corporates, financiers and insolvency practitioners in a range of disputes, secured and unsecured recoveries, strategic remediation projects and regulatory issues. She has also acted in non-contentious restructuring and workouts, for companies in financial distress and who are solvent.