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The outlook for aged care, in light of Covid-19

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Wednesday 17th June 2020

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

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Our speakers will share insights into the current state of play in the Aged Care sector, both in the lead up to, and having regard to the Covid-19 crisis, and what Covid-19 means for the sector moving forward.

Panelists from KPMG’s Restructuring Services Team, and Allens Restructuring and Insolvency Team, provide their insights into the Voluntary Administration, and ultimate sale of the Berrington Aged Care facilities, including the financial, commercial and legal challenges associated with insolvency proceedings in Aged Care, highlighting the importance of acting early to secure a turnaround, outside of formal proceedings.

Guest speakers

Hayden White
Patner, KMPG

Hayden is a Partner in KPMG’s Perth Restructuring Services team specialising in financial restructuring, turnaround and corporate recovery. He is experienced in assisting all stakeholders of companies experiencing underperformance and stress to develop financial restructuring initiatives and turnaround plans. As a registered liquidator, Hayden also has considerable experience in leading formal insolvency engagements on behalf of lenders and other creditors.

Hayden has been involved in a number of significant matters, both informal, and formal insolvency appointments, including the restructure and recapitalisation of dual listed Paladin Energy Ltd, the liquidation and investigation into the collapse of the Macro group of companies and the sale of the Berrington Care Group’s aged care facilities in Perth.

Nicki Doyle
Partner, KPMG

Nicki is a Partner in the Health, Ageing & Human Services Sector and co-leads Ageing across KPMG Australia. An experienced consultant, with extensive experience working with clients within the ageing and community sectors, including Commonwealth and State government jurisdictions, health services, for-profit and not-for-profit organisations.

Nicki is a qualified physiotherapist, with extensive clinical, management and project experience, and has worked in the health, community and hospital sectors in Australia and the United Kingdom. Her key areas of interest are aged care, community care, sub-acute care and rehabilitation, out of hospital models of care, and primary care with a particular focus on chronic disease and palliative care. She has a strong strategic and operational focus, and incorporates a clinical focus into her engagements.

Nicki has published and presented widely on issues related to service delivery in community health, ambulatory care and sub-acute care. She was awarded a Churchill fellowship to investigate alternative models of allied health out of hospital care, and has also received a Public Sector WA award and Healthy WA award for her projects

Philip Blaxill
Partner, Allens

Philip is an experienced restructuring and insolvency lawyer and commercial litigator. Philip advises insolvency practitioners, lenders, creditors and borrowers where a borrower is in financial distress. Philip has been involved in a number of significant restructuring matters, including Berrington Care Group, Harmony Group, Quintis, KBL Mining, Quickflix and other confidential matters. Philip has also advised CITIC in its multifaceted, multi-billion dollar dispute with Clive Palmer entities. Clients benefit from Philip’s legal expertise, experience and understanding of commercial issues. His advice is timely and practical, enabling clients to achieve the best possible commercial outcome.

Ron, Zubrik
Partner, KPMG

Ron is a Partner in KPMG’s Health, Ageing and Human services practice. Ron has been with KPMG for 15 years, and has extensive experience in the provision of advisory services to both private and public sector clients. As KPMG’s National Ageing Co-Lead, Ron provides strategic advice to aged care providers, governments and other industry stakeholders in relation to the changing competitive and reform landscape. He specialises in undertaking business and operational reviews including asset reviews, feasibility studies and business cases, market research and demand forecasting, and business and strategic planning across the retirement living, residential aged care and home care segments.

Wednesday 17th June 2020

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

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Webinar - https://bit.ly/2TjDNiK,

Event Sponsor

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