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Member Profile: Tim Stewart


What makes your chapter great? The level of commitment and engagement of our members. Whether it’s the younger members involved in Nextgen, the regional committees and events, at the national board level, or individual members providing their input and feedback all throughout the year, TMA Australia has managed to foster a culture where everyone wants […]

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  • Secured parties and Deeds of Company Arrangement: How secure is your circulating security interest?


    Baker & McKenzie share their article Secured parties and Deeds of Company Arrangement: How secure is your circulating security interest? with us. In the matter of Bluenergy Group Limited (subject to DOCA) (Admin Apptd)[2015] NSWSC 977 The conventional approach to a proposal by a grantor for execution of a Deed of Company Arrangement (DOCA) by […]

  • Insights from Mining Services for Chief Restructuring Officers, (TMA Perth Event, 15 October)


    At a TMA event in Perth on 15 October, Mark Mentha and Scott Langdon from 333 Group reflected on their experience gained from helping mining service companies, and their insights into the challenges facing CROs in the mining services sector. Among the challenges that Mr Mentha and Mr Langdon faced was the significant imbalance in […]

  • Ipso facto clauses – Time for reform


    Ashurst share their article Ipso facto clauses – Time for reform with us. The introduction of legislative restrictions on the enforcement of ipso facto clauses has re-emerged as a law reform issue in the Productivity Commission Draft Report “Business Set-up, Transfer and Closure” (May 2015). Ipso facto clauses bring a contract to an end, or […]

  • 333 TMA Survey 2015


    The annual 333 TMA Survey provides an insight into the causes, challenges and successes of Australian corporate turnarounds. 2015 marks the sixth release of the survey, providing a deeper understanding of emerging and continuing trends. These summary results cover four broad topics – industries which are declining or improving; turnaround funding and financial restructuring strategies; […]

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