OVATO Turnaround underpinned by a non-bank solution
Wednesday 28th April 2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Go behind the scenes to hear about this ASX listed printing and marketing giant’s restructure, relocation and ultimate turnaround and how this was supported by funding from Australia and New Zealand’s leading non-bank lender.
Presented by Jonathon Pruden (333 Capital), Justin Doczy (Scotpac Business Finance) and James Marshall (Ashurst). Moderated by Patricia Kruse (ScotPac Business Finance).
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Executive Director, 333 Capital
Jonathon Pruden is an Executive Director at 333 Capital. He has had exposure to a broad range of transactions having spent over a decade in Investment Banking; first at Macquarie Capital before moving to 333 Capital where he specialises in mid-market mergers and acquisitions.
His deep experience with all facets of transactions from financial analysis right through to providing strategic advice and negotiating complex legal agreements position him well to drive to the most commercial of outcomes for clients. His recent engagements have been in the media, print and retail industries.
Jonathon’s areas of expertise include mergers and acquisitions; business divestments; financial restructuring; and capital raising.
General Manager, ScotPac
Justin (or, JD) started his career in Business Finance 15 years ago with ScotPac – starting as a Business Development Manager and then taking over the reigns as GM of NSW/ACT 7 years ago.
Studying Commerce at Newcastle Uni – his interest was in running businesses. Prior to his finance career, JD managed large hotels across Sydney and Newcastle and was a company director and small business owner. A diverse career that has developed a deep understanding of the challenges faced by business owners and instilled a passion to provide the highest level of service to our clients.
Over the years working with ScotPac, JD’s focus and responsibilities have moved from primarily Client Acquisition to now managing Client Relationships and Solutions. Some of his most rewarding work involves finding complex, multi-product solutions. “It’s especially rewarding when we can help a client in situations where other funders have struggled to find a way”.
Some recent transactions of note include a $120m Invoice finance solution as well as a $100m multi product solution providing Invoice Finance, Trade Finance and equipment Finance. “The biggest rewards come from providing our clients with a solution and then watching their business transform and flourish – whether they be our largest clients or our smallest”.
Business Development Manager
Patricia is a finance product specialist with over 20 years’ experience in providing businesses with Cashflow and Working Capital solutions. She has a strong understanding in Trade and Financial Services and have also worked in the financial services sector in both Australia and the United Kingdom.
Patricia offers creative cashflow solutions to SME’s within the manufacturing, wholesale and business services sector and has the ability to establish strong rapport across all levels of business. She works across all stages of the business cycle (distressed to Established/Small to Large/Start- ups to bank quality)
Her services can be utilised in a wide range of business situations such as:
– Funding business growth for startup business to medium and large corporates
– Where a business cashflow is constrained
– Inadequate property or other security available to access Bank funding
– Where a business needs to secure funding to provide working capital for a Restructure
– Mergers and Acquisitions or management buyouts
– Directors/owners do not want to risk personal assets to fund the business
James Marshall is a partner in our restructuring, insolvency and special situations practice.
James specialises in restructuring, insolvency and special situations. His practice includes: acting for lenders and creditors to help manage their credit risk; advising parties who are active in the secondary debt markets; advising boards in relation to the financial restructuring of distressed companies; and distressed mergers and acquisitions. James acts for a number of lending syndicates to distressed companies and also advises in respect of formal insolvency administrations.
Wednesday 28th April 2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm