In recent months, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has significantly intensified its efforts in debt recovery. Consequently, an increasing number of small businesses owners are now being issued Directors Penalty Notices (DPNs) and are forced to contemplate the possibility of seeking insolvency guidance.
Builders that don’t wish to become an insolvency statistic and remain competitive need to embrace technology and their people.
A Director in the Business Restructuring and Insolvency Services Division of Pitcher Partners in Perth, Amy has more than 15 years’ experience in the financial services industry in Canada and Australia. Prior to specialising in restructuring and insolvency services, she gained diverse experience in retail, commercial and private banking. Since commencing employment at Pitcher Partners … Continued
Starting his career with almost five years in business and taxation advisory and owning and operating his own small business, Tim brings a wealth of business experience and technical expertise to his work in the insolvency industry. In recent years, he has focused on formal corporate engagements in construction, logistics, manufacturing, and finance. Helping businesses … Continued
Chris has more than 14 years of diverse experience in the financial services industry, specialising in both buy-side and sell-side transactions, covering mergers and acquisitions (M&A), financial due diligence, and business restructuring. He is focused on providing personalised advice to business owners during what can often be a very significant, stressful moment in their lives. … Continued
1 January 2021 was an important day for Australian company directors. Whilst it symbolised the dawning of a much-needed change in calendar year to spell the end to a very long nine months (at least for those who aren’t presently enjoying the fruits of the dizzying highs of the dual property and resources booms).
Daniel is a registered liquidator and bankruptcy trustee who assists corporates and individuals with their businesses and financial issues. Daniel looks to add value wherever possible, whether for a large not-for-profit organisation or his local sporting club. From working on large operating mines, which employ thousands of people, to small sole trader businesses, he has … Continued
Michael is an industry leader in Restructuring and Strategic Advisory and a Director of Pitcher Partners Advisory (SA) Pty Ltd. His repertoire of skills spans financial modelling, business process management, policy and procedure review, feasibility studies, community engagement, economic and social profiling and cost benefit analysis. Michael has a passion for the wine industry and … Continued
Alan advises private and listed companies on their corporate transactions. With a demonstrable track record, Alan conducts valuations, provides corporate and strategic value advice, and serves as an independent expert. Alan undertakes valuations of businesses, intangible assets, employee equity and complex instruments. His valuation reports allow stakeholders to make informed decisions about corporate transactions and … Continued
We ask Andrew Yeo, a partner in Business Recovery and Insolvency with Pitcher Partners, to discuss the next phase of 2020. He is currently handling the voluntary administration of teen chain Pavement. There’s a key question to ask if you want to know whether a retail business will survive the next year: what’s the landlord doing? … Continued