Where to now? The financial impact of COVID19 on your company's solvency

When:  Sep 8, 2020 from 12:30 PM to 1:45 PM (AEST)

WHERE TO NOW? THE FINANCIAL IMPACT OF COVID19 ON YOUR COMPANY'S SOLVENCY


As the government stimulus packages come to an end and Australia faces its first recession in nearly 30 years, what does this mean for companies who have buried their heads in the sand during COVID19. Although temporary relief has been given from insolvent trading, risks remain for company directors. Safe Harbour has an important role in the post COVID-19 landscape. The right planning and specialist advice can go along way to mitigating the risk of personal liability during COVID19 and beyond.

WOB Executive Director & Co-Founder, Claire Braund will facilitate an engaging webinar with guest speakers,  Graham Killer and Lisa Gibb from Grant Thornton.

The webinar will provide an overview on the current economic landscape and options available to company directors (both formal and informal) in mitigating any personal risk they may have against insolvent trading. The session will provide restructuring tips to help your company come out of COVID19 stronger.
 

GUEST SPEAKERS:

Graham Killer - Partner, Financial Advisory, Grant Thornton Australia

Graham has more than 20 years’ experience working with businesses to improve their profitability by bringing fresh ideas and supporting the tough decisions needed to restructure and grow. Graham assists organisations (small and large) in many different ways, including profit improvement, financial viability reviews, working capital optimisation, pre-lending reviews, restructuring and insolvency. Graham also acts for a range of stakeholders including Corporates, Lenders and Government in respect to underperforming or distressed businesses.

 

Lisa Gibb - Director, Financial Advisory, Grant Thornton Australia

Lisa is a former board member of the Women’s Insolvency Network Australia and has a focus on turnaround, restructuring and insolvency, with over 15 years of experience, in both the UK and Australia. She has acted in a range of corporate insolvency, restructuring and advisory matters.
 

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