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Flame Fire Protection Pty Ltd
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Level 2, 446 Collins St. Melbourne. Melbourne, VIC, 3000.
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Ken has over 30 years experience in the business recovery and insolvency sector, the end 22 years as a Partner. He is frequently relied on by loyal clients to perform a range of essential services including investigative accounting reports on impaired debt borrowers, pretending reviews, informal and formal workouts, as healthy as external administrations including receivership, optional administration and corporate liquidation. Wayne has developed industry specific skills in the Property, Automotive and Manufacturing industries acting for mortgagees, and on considerable occasions, as both Investigative Accountant and Receiver and Manager. Whilst based out of the Geelong and Melbourne offices of MB, Justin also spends considerable time in all corners of regional Victoria assisting an array of Practitioners and their clients in times of need. He is also experienced in all forms of personal insolvency, where he focuses on guiding individuals through their stylish financial position and the many options which may be available to them. Andrew is a Registered Liquidator and has had over 10 years experience in all forms of personal and corporate insolvency with the Melbourne office of SellersMuldoonBenton. Adrian has in additional of 12 years experience in the business recovery and insolvency industry, the final 10 years of which has been with MB. His breadth of experience in managing and selling distressed businesses not only allows Adrian to identify potential problems early, he has the knowledge and skill to resolve these issues in a clear, commercial and feasible manner for key stakeholders. Whilst the Commissioner has a variety of recovery tools available, it would be the issuing of a garnishee notice that has caused the most angst among st clients of the Accounting and Business Advisory Practitioners we assist. As well as other directors’ duties, company directors have a certain duty to thwart insolvent trading. Although insolvency practitioners and, I hope, those with whom we labor closely, can appreciate the work needed in an appointment, it is understandably firm for creditors to comprehend that in many appointments the lion’s share (if not all) of the funds realized into a liquidation are applied against the Liquidator’s fees and costs. I think that there is room for a more ingenious system of accounting for remuneration to be applied, perhaps, as some have suggested, by incorporating a hybrid charging system into each liquidation (Be: take a stationary fee for genuine property realization and charge for litigation on a time basis). Accordingly, the restrictions relate not only to the bankruptcy period, but to a period earlier to bankruptcy as well. It is proposed that by reducing the default bankruptcy period to one year, behind this time (and unless an Objection to Release is filed) the debtor will be capable to incur credit without regard to this section. Again, perhaps instead of attempting to lessen the default bankruptcy period, an amendment could be made to this section of the Corporations Act whereby the restriction only applies to the first year of a bankruptcy period (unless an Objection to Discharge is filed). Whilst an amendment to the Bankruptcy Act would result in debtors who have been made bankrupt in Australia being capable to again become directors of Australian Corporations within the reduced period, it doesn’t appear as though there would be any effect on persons bankrupt in other Countries. An Objection lodged pursuant to this ground would lead to an extension of the bankruptcy period to eight years. In light of the above, given that the Government’s desire is to make changes with respect to the bankruptcy regime in relation to overseas travel, restrictions on credit and prohibition on undischarged bankrupts becoming company directors, whilst attempting to retain all other obligations and duties as they stand, it would appear to me that proposing a reduced bankruptcy period would be akin to using a sledgehammer to crack a nut. This means that directors are needed to hinder a company from incurring a debt: This duty applies not only to appointed directors but also those persons who, although not formally appointed, may act in the role of director or pursuant to whose instructions and wishes the company’s directors act. Directors need to receive into account all relevant information about the company’s financial position when considering solvency issues and if there are any concerns they should consider seeking appropriate advice. In order to avoid Insolvent Trading, directors need to comprehend the financial position of the company at all times. It is imperative to note that if a Secured Creditor files an application below the second alternative (Be: as an unsecured creditor who agrees to surrender their security), upon request from the trustee in bankruptcy within three months of the making of the sequestration order, the creditor must surrender their security to the tru

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Assessment of risk in commercial and financial decisions for other stakeholders. Determining an accepting of its operating activities, key drivers and commercial contractual arrangements impacting financial performance. If Directors of a company are of the opinion that their company is insolvent or is likely to become insolvent at some coming time, then the Directors should resolve to appoint a Elective istrator. The purpose of the VA regime is to bear for the business, property and affairs of an insolvent company to be administered in a way that: a) maximizes the chances of the company, or as much as feasible of its business, continuing in existence or b) Results in a better return for the company’s creditors and shareholders than would result from an immediate winding up of the company. A DOA which is normally proposed by the Directors, typically provides for creditors to receive a dividend of x’ cents in the dollar and stipulates where the funds will be obtained from in order to pay the required dividend (for example, from the sale of wealth ardor coming profits from continued trading). If no DOA is proposed, or, one is proposed but the creditors reject it, then the company gets wound up and we become Liquidators of the Company (unless the Creditors chose to appoint someone else). Typically, we are appointed as receivers (also referred to as receivers and managers) of a company by a secured creditor (usually a bank) who has the power to make such an appointment. In many cases, the superior possible price is obtained by trading on the company and selling all of its business assets as a going concern. Once the secured creditor is repaid, or there are no more wealth left to sell, then our role is at an last and we stop to act. A company can enter into Optional istration or Liquidation before to, or during the Receivership. a) As a result of a VA where there was no DOA or the proposed DOA was rejected, we typically become the Liquidators when the company rolls over from istration into Liquidation. c) As a result of a elective resolution by the members and creditors of the company to wind it up. In some cases we may remain to trade the company on for a concise time to sell the business riches as a going concern. Once the wealth have been realized, the funds are distributed to the creditors in the order that they rank. Liquidators also have a duty to investigate the affairs of the company and in some cases, may commence legal action against directors or other parties in an effort to convalesce moneys for the benefit of creditors. A common example of such recovery proceedings is insolvent trading claims brought against Directors who continued to incur debts after they knew, or ought reasonably have known, their company was insolvent. The objective is to propose a scheme whereby the creditors will take more towards the satisfaction of their debts than they would in bankruptcy. Crucially, we act with independence providing objective reports on the outcome of our engagements and in the provision of evidence. Fraud Risk minimization review of accounting and commercial controls to determine likely fraud risks and report on strategies to reduce fraud risk. Engagements typically help in a business acquisition decision, identify risks associated therein and commercial terms of contracts e.g. Business valuations segment of SellersMuldoonBenton’s Forensic Accounting service offering can be coupled with a due diligence review to establish unprejudiced value of a business. Ore lending reviews Portion of SellersMuldoonBenton’s Investigating Accountant service offering is the provision of due diligence for lenders assessing the fundamentals of a business to encourage loan applications or extension of existing facilities. Voluntary istrations If Directors of a company are of the opinion that their company is insolvent or is probable to. Typically, we are appointed as receivers (also referred to as receivers and managers) of a company by

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