Safe Harbour for financially distressed companies – Webinar

The Federal Government recently passed laws that allows directors of financially distressed businesses a new 'safe harbour' to turn around their business without the stress of being personally pursued for insolvent trading actions.

The Federal Government recently passed laws that allows directors of financially distressed businesses a new ‘safe harbour’ to turn around their business without the stress of being personally pursued for insolvent trading actions.

We invite you to join Simon Cathro (Cathro & Partners) and Mark Wilson (W Advisors) to discuss the safe harbour process and the important steps you will need to take to ensure protection of yourself whilst maximizing the chances of return probability of your business.

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