Corporate Breakfast Seminar Series
Join McCullough Robertson's Corporate Advisory team for a breakfast seminar series at our Brisbane office. Designed specifically for the corporate sector, we hope you can join us for these informative business briefings.
Restructuring in times of financial distress
Even the best run businesses can come under serious financial pressure when market conditions change. Quick, decisive action can be required. Restructuring a business’s finances and operations in order to first survive and then prosper again can be stressful and complex.
In this seminar, Michael Fingland of specialist turnaround and restructuring firm, Vantage Performance, will join with McCullough Robertson restructuring and insolvency and M&A experts, Partner Scott Butler and Senior Associate Aaron Dahl, to look at the key steps involved in saving and then turning around businesses at risk of financial collapse. In doing so, they will consider the commercial and legal issues and risks which need to be managed.
Stay tuned for future topics, including:
- Shareholder activism – understanding the play book and how to respond to it
- Corporate culture – why it has become a key focus for the regulators, and
- Recent developments in securities fraud and insider trading prosecutions.
The complexities involved in the world’s first merger between a motoring club and a banking institution
Partner Jim Peterson Senior Associate Ben Wood and Mark Mugnaioni, General Manager Group Strategy, RACQ, discuss their experience in the merger between the RACQ and QT Mutual Bank. A significant and novel Australian transaction, bringing together two mutual, member-focused organisations from different traditional industry sectors that committed to creating a new and attractive retail bank offering.
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Cross-border transactions, consents, regulations and what about Brexit?
In this session we looked at regulatory consent issues such as Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and Foreign Investment Review Board, how to avoid being tripped by contractual third party consent requirements, how the international trading environment is shaping for Australian business, and an expert perspective on challenges and opportunities arising from ‘Brexit’ and what this means for Australia.
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Targeting growth - issues for start-ups and small caps
In this session our team discussed the new ASX admission rules, innovation tax incentives, employee share options plans and practical lessons in managing intellectual property.
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M&A themes in 2016
In this seminar our M&A experts Derek Pocock and Isaac West looked at some of the year’s most interesting M&A transactions, both public and private, and examine recurring themes together with lessons to be learned for future transactions.
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