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  • Capital Meets Culture

    Monday 8th August 2016
    NSW

    The GE Portfolio Sale: Holding Value Together

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    When

    Monday 8th August 2016 12:30pm-2:00pm

    Where

    Grant Thornton Australia
    Level 17 383 Kent Street Sydney NSW 2000

    Cost ex GST

    Member
    Free
    General
    $50.00

    Guest Speakers:

    David McWilliam joined Bain Capital in 2014. He is an Executive Vice President in the Middle Market Group based in Bain Capital’s Melbourne office. Previously, David was the Head of Private Equity and Debt Advisory Coverage at Investec Investment Bank in Sydney. Prior to that, he spent seven years at CVC Capital Partners. David received a BComm and BEc from the University of Queensland. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst® charterholder.

    Robyn Worthington is Non-Executive Director, Victorian Managed Insurance Authority (VMIA) and Senior Human Resources Leader, GE Capital, Australia & New Zealand (A&NZ). Robyn has led the HR side of a number of major financial services transactions including the integration of Arthur Andersen into Ernst and Young; the sale of JBWere to National Australia Bank and currently the regional GE Capital sales to buyers including Wells Fargo; Element and consortium groups.

  • Environmental Liability - Extending the Chain of Responsibility

    Monday 8th August 2016
    VIC
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    When

    Monday 8th August 2016 12:30pm-2:00pm

    Where

    Clayton Utz
    Level 18 333 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000

    Cost ex GST

    Member
    Free
    General
    $50.00

    Clayton Utz


    Guest Speakers:

     

    Michael Roche is Chief Executive of the Queensland Resources Council (QRC), the peak representative body for minerals and energy companies in Queensland.

    The QRC represents the interests of 250 businesses with direct and service sector investment in developing Queensland’s minerals and energy resources. Together, these industries are responsible for one in every five dollars circulating in the Queensland economy and one in every six jobs.  Before joining the QRC in 2005, Michael spent nearly nine years in executive management roles with the Australian Stock Exchange in Sydney, including more than three years as Executive General Manager of ASX’s markets and market data businesses.

    Michael has extensive experience in the government sector, including nine years in Canberra, with most of that time as a senior executive in the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.  From 1990, Michael served for over four years as Chief of Staff to the then Queensland Treasurer Keith De Lacy and two years as Deputy Director-General in the Queensland Cabinet Office.

    Michael currently serves on several boards and advisory committees, including the board of Mine Wealth and Wellbeing (formerly known as AusCoal Super) and Chairman of the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy, Australia’s largest industry-education partnership. He is also the ambassador for the Mining and Energy Challenge, part of the Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave fundraising initiative. An economist by training, Michael holds Bachelor and Masters degrees from the University of NSW and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Business degree by CQ University in 2013.                                                                                                            

    Martin Ford is a partner at PPB Advisory with experience in Australia, Europe and Asia. He specialises in financial analysis, business turnaround and provides restructuring, strategy and insolvency advice to financiers, key stakeholders and companies. He has worked in the impaired loans area of a major Australian bank, undertaken a number of loan portfolio reviews and developed and delivered business risk training programs for major Australian financial institutions, corporate and government organisations.

    Some major matters Martin has worked on include working with management and the Board to turnaround Elders Ltd (which won Large Turnaround of the Year 2015) and recently acting as administrator of Bandanna Energy Limited and Cockatoo Coal Limited, both ASX listed coal miners with a range of coal assets across the Bowen and Galilee basins.

    Kathryn Pacey specialises in environment and town planning law and her experience includes advising both public and private sector clients on environment and planning strategies for major infrastructure and mining projects; due diligence; master planning; vegetation clearing; heritage issues; contamination; water licensing and compliance issues.

    Kathryn offers extensive experience assisting with the planning and environment aspects of the business case for a number of infrastructure projects, and advising on approvals and delivery strategies consistent with outcomes of the business case.

  • Strategic Management for Turnaround

    Monday 15th August 2016
    VIC

    CTP Course via the University of Technology, Sydney

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    When

    Monday
    15th August 2016 -
    Wednesday
    17th August 2016
    9:00am-6:14pm

    Where

    TBA
    TBA Melbourne VIC 3000

    Cost ex GST

    Not available for purchase through TMA website. See below for booking details.

    Certified Turnaround Analyst


    For detailed course information visit the University of Technology, Sydney website - CLICK HERE

    The CTPA Certification Programme The Certified Turnaround Professional Associate (CTPA) certification program of TMA Australia has been developed with the support of University of Technology Sydney (UTS) specifically for the Australian market to offer corporate professionals solid foundations to operate successfully in the turnaround industry. For further information about the CTPA Course please click here.

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    Strategic Management for Turnaround investigates how leaders fix troubled companies using real life Australian and international case studies, including interviews with leading Australian turnaround practitioners and corporate bankers. Whilst it has deep academic underpinnings, this is a highly practical course which uses field-tested frameworks and models that help show a step by step approach to leading turnarounds.

    During this three-day intensive Executive Certificate course, the facilitator will discuss and use a range of exercises that will help you:

    • Better understand your own leadership style
    • Recognise how to modify your leadership style as the turnaround develops.

    Strategic Management for Turnaround is enhanced with specialist presentations provided by leading industry practitioners.

    Fee
    Normally $2,395.00
    $2,035.75 with Early bird before 15th July 2016 - 15.00 % off
    $2,035.75 with 3+ registrations from same company - 15% (15 % off) 
    $2,155.50 with UTS Alumni & TMA/FINSIA members-10% (10 % off)

    Contact Information:

    For specific queries regarding course content, please contact Tiffany Yee, accessUTS on Tel: +61 (02) 9514 9720 or emailtiffany.yee@uts.edu.au 
    For any enquiries regarding enrolment or payment, please contact UTS Short Courses on Tel: +61 (02) 9514 2912 or emailshort.courses@uts.edu.au

    For More information on the CTP courses offered through UTS, please email info@turnaround.org.au or visit the UTS website: click here

     

     

  • Personal & Professional Resilience in a World of Disruption

    Thursday 25th August 2016
    VIC
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    When

    Thursday 25th August 2016 7:45am-9:00am

    Where

    Ferrier Hodgson / Azurium
    Level 43 600 Bourke Street Melbourne VIC 3000

    Cost ex GST

    Member
    Free
    General
    $25.00

    Ferrier Hodgson & Azurium


     

  • Queensland Nickel: Testing a Practitioner's Mettle

    Thursday 25th August 2016
    QLD
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    When

    Thursday 25th August 2016 5:30pm-9:00pm

    Where

    Mecure Hotel
    Taldora Room 85-87 North Quay Brisbane QLD 0

    Cost ex GST

    Member
    Free
    General
    $50.00

    Guest Speaker: John Park, FTI Consulting

    Further details to be released shortly...


    John Park is a Senior Managing Director and the Leader of the Australian Corporate Finance & Restructuring practice in
    FTI Consulting and he is based in Brisbane, Australia.

    Mr. Park is a leading specialist in business restructuring, corporate recovery and turnaround consulting. He has extensive experience in the corporate recovery market and operational management in a vast variety of industries. This industry focus has been primarily in property, manufacturing, hospitality, building/construction, retail and financial services. Mr. Park has been directly responsible for some of the larger corporate administrations within Queensland.

    Mr. Park has extensive experience in the secured market acting for banks and financial institutions with a focus on restructuring and turnaround. His 23 year career in the corporate recovery field has provided him with the required experience to deal with complex administrations due to his ability to project manage both operational and technical issues.

    Mr. Park prides himself on finding strategic solutions to problems through the restructuring process. 

  • TMA Asia Pacific Conference

    Wednesday 14th September 2016
    NSW
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    When

    Wednesday
    14th September 2016 -
    Thursday
    15th September 2016
    1:00pm-11:00pm

    Where

    Museum Of Contemporary Art (MCA), Sydney
    George Street The Rocks Sydney NSW 2000

    Cost ex GST

    Not available for purchase through TMA website. See below for booking details.

  • TMA / ANZ Women in Leadership breakfast

    Wednesday 12th October 2016
    VIC
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    When

    Wednesday 12th October 2016 7:00am-9:00am

    Where

    ANZ
    100 Queen Street Melbourne VIC 3000

    Cost ex GST

    Not available for purchase through TMA website. See below for booking details.

    Further details to be released shortly...

     

  • Law for Turnaround

    Thursday 13th October 2016
    NSW

    CTP Course via the University of Technology, Sydney

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    When

    Thursday
    13th October 2016 -
    Saturday
    15th October 2016
    9:00pm-5:00pm

    Where

    TBA
    TBA Sydney NSW 2000

    Cost ex GST

    Not available for purchase through TMA website. See below for booking details.

    Certified Turnaround Analyst


    For detailed course information visit the University of Technology, Sydney website - CLICK HERE

    The CTPA Certification Programme The Certified Turnaround Professional Associate (CTPA) certification program of TMA Australia has been developed with the support of University of Technology Sydney (UTS) specifically for the Australian market to offer corporate professionals solid foundations to operate successfully in the turnaround industry. For further information about the CTPA Course please click here.

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    The Law for Turnaround Course is a specialist course for those working in the turnaround industry. The course examines the legal issues involved with restructuring financially distressed companies. The course is suitable for professionals working in restructuring or turnaround positions within banks, private equity firms, insolvency firms, accounting and law firms. The course focuses on the legal issues that arise in contract law, corporate law, finance law, taxation law and property law. All of these aspects are relevant for developing a legally effective corporate re-organisation for distressed companies prior to the formal insolvency process. The course provides the essential knowledge to help turnaround professionals understand the legal framework which affects every aspect of their role.

    Booking Details
    Fee$2,395.00 
    $2,035.75 with Early Bird Discount - 15% (15 % off) 
    $2,035.75 with 3+ registrations from same organisation 15% (15 % off) 
    $2,155.50 with UTS Alumni & TMA/FINSIA members-10% (10 % off)

    Contact Information:
    For specific queries regarding course content, please contact Tiffany Yee, accessUTS on Tel: +61 (02) 9514 9720 or emailtiffany.yee@uts.edu.au 
    For any enquiries regarding enrolment or payment, please contact UTS Short Courses on Tel: +61 (02) 9514 2912 or emailshort.courses@uts.edu.au

  • Accounting for Turnaround

    Thursday 10th November 2016
    NSW

    CTP Course via the University of Technology, Sydney

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    When

    Thursday 10th November 2016 2:21pm-2:21pm

    Where

    TBA
    TBA Sydney NSW 2000

    Cost ex GST

    Not available for purchase through TMA website. See below for booking details.

    Certified Turnaround Analyst


    For detailed course information, visist the UTS website - CLICK HERE

    Accounting for Turnaround

    The accounting process for Turnaround presents unique financial circumstances to businesses

    The Accounting for Turnaround program is a specialist course to provide familiarity with the accounting processes and conventions essential to reviewing and managing business activities, especially those involved with the management of a firm being re-organised. The course builds an understanding in accounting and uses that knowledge and concepts to create an awareness of how value is created within a firm.

    On completion, participants will understand the methods used by accountants to prepare statements, review business operations using financial statement analysis tools to explore and explain changes in the operating, investing and financing activities of the firm; through applying various Business Valuation technologies for workouts and turnarounds.

    Booking Details

    Fee: $2,395.00

    $2,035.75 with Early Bird Discount - 15% (15 % off)
    $2,035.75 with 3+ registrations from same organisation 15% (15 % off)
    $2,155.50 with UTS Alumni & TMA/FINSIA members-10% (10 % off)

    Contact Information:

    For specific queries regarding course content, please contact Tiffany Yee, accessUTS on Tel: +61 (02) 9514 9720 or email: tiffany.yee@uts.edu.au 
    For any enquiries regarding enrolment or payment, please contact UTS Short Courses on Tel: +61 (02) 9514 2912 or email: short.courses@uts.edu.au

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