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Late last month, over 70 TMA Australia members and their guests attended the Women in Leadership breakfast hosted by Ashurst. It was a “Breakfast of dangerous ideas” and the event, facilitated by Meredith Bennett (Partner, Ashurst), addressed the question: How can diversity be achieved at the executive level? We were very grateful to have Mary […]
The Sydney NextGen Committee held its latest event at KPMG last month, focusing on the topic of mental health. The esteemed panel moderated by Angela Priestley (Editorial Director, ‘Women’s Agenda’) consisted of: Lucy Brogden, National Mental Health Commissioner; Yvonne Willich, in-house Psychologist at Kordamentha; Paul Howes, Partner at KPMG (and former head of the AWU); […]
Ipso facto panelist: Rowena White (Herbert Smith Freehills), Jason Tracy (Deloitte), Renee Boundy (Allens) and Margot Branson (Macquarie Group) On Thursday 17 May 2018, the Turnaround Management Association of Australia and the Asian Pacific Loan Market Association (APLMA) hosted a panel to discuss the ipso facto law reforms. The stay on the operation of ipso facto […]
by Paul Apathy, Vice President of the TMA’s NSW Committee and Partner at law firm Herbert Smith Freehills On 11 May 2018, TMA Australia (TMA) made a formal submission on behalf of its members to Treasury in response to its call for submissions on the ipso facto stay regime. The regime is set to come […]