In Words and Deeds – ARITA Journal

In the latest ARITA Journal, and off the back of being part of the panel on all things DOCAs at the NSW/ACT ARITA Conference, Principal Andrew Blundell provides his thoughts around a recent case study the team was involved with that was a bit outside the ordinary and demonstrates the flexibility available in the voluntary administration/deed of company arrangement process.

In the latest ARITA Journal, and off the back of being part of the panel on all things DOCAs at the NSW/ACT ARITA Conference, Principal Andrew Blundell provides his thoughts around a recent case study the team was involved with that was a bit outside the ordinary and demonstrates the flexibility available in the voluntary administration/deed of company arrangement process.

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