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Event debrief by Fiona Meiklejohn, FTI Consulting The WA chapter of the Turnaround Management Association held its annual Capital Meets Turnaround event at Perth’s beautiful new Westin hotel earlier this month. This flagship event began with an outstanding technical panel session moderated by Mark Beyer of Business News and included the Hon. Cheryl Edwardes, Director...

Published 19-10-18 by Categories Banking, Companies, Event, Finance, Turnaround
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by Vaughan Strawbridge, Deloitte TMA Australia held its ‘Maximising Real Estate in a Retail Turnaround’ event in Sydney on 21 August. The discussion panel focused on the retail sector and real estate, and produced these top tips for dealing with landlords: 1. Keep it out of the media 2. Communication with Landlords early is critical...

Published 24-08-18 by Categories Companies, Event, Turnaround
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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);...

Published 02-07-18 by Categories Event, Management, Public, Turnaround
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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...

Published 17-05-18 by Categories Accountancy, Finance, Legal, Turnaround
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TMA Member Profile Michael Sloan, Board Director of TMA Australia, Partner at Ashurst LLP, Melbourne What makes the TMA Australia great? From accountants to bankers, lawyers to hedge funds, we have involvement of all participants in the turnaround/restructuring industry in the TMA. Why or how did you get involved in TMA? An email came in...

Published 20-04-18 by Categories Banking, Finance, Turnaround, Uncategorized
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TMA Member Profile 1. How did you get involved in the TMA? Like many people, I expect, I was inspired and encouraged to get involved through others who I respect in the industry. In Australia, the TMA has established itself as a dynamic, engaging and market-leading organisation that represents a broad spectrum of turnaround industry....

Published 28-03-18 by Categories Companies, Turnaround, Uncategorized
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Secondary debt is playing a vital role unlocking value in the Australian turnaround industry. By Sebastian Hyde, Vantage Performance Earlier this month, TMA NextGen Queensland members and their guests received a comprehensive overview of the secondary debt market in Australia and its vital role in the turnaround industry. An audience of more than 85 professionals...

Published 21-02-18 by Categories Event, Finance, Turnaround
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Miki Cvijetic, investment manager at Boab Capital Group and Helmsman Capital, recently spoke to the Courier Mail about his study and career in the turnaround industry, along with his advice for those considering going into it.   Miki Cvijetic, investment manager, Boab Capital Group and Helmsman Capital and recent graduate of the TMA’s Certified Turnaround...

Published 14-02-18 by Categories Turnaround, Uncategorized
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Recently, TMA Board Directors spoke with the West Australian Newspaper on the rise of the Chief Transformation Officer in corporate Australia. The article details how these “change agents” can assist with turnaround in the broader corporate context of stakeholder and financial management. The article also references the TMA’s CTP course in conjunction with the University...

Published 15-06-17 by Categories Management, News, Turnaround, Uncategorized
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  Ashurst share their article with us: What you need to know On 1 June 2017, the Government introduced the Treasury Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives No. 2 Bill) 2017 (the Bill) into the Commonwealth Parliament. The Bill contains two major reforms to Australia’s insolvency laws: – a new safe harbour from civil liability for...

Published 07-06-17 by Categories Legal, Management, News, Turnaround, Uncategorized
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