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Post-JobKeeper checkpoint – your options explained

25 March 2021

Is your business facing financial distress? Worried about the ability of your customers to pay you after JobKeeper ends? Confused about the right route for your business? 
Understand the practical steps you can take to immediately assess the survivability of your business and the options available to you. 

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With the end of the government stimulus fast-approaching preparation is key to understand what's next for your business and the steps you need to take. Hear from the experts at the Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA) and the Australian Institute of Credit Management (AICM) as they share invaluable information and resources to help you set a path forward and find the right support. 

This session aims to help you: 

  • Identify the decisions you need to make and the possible consequences of your actions
  • Take control of your situation by following the essential steps to be taken
  • Understand the risks your customers face and how to manage them to protect your business
John Winter

John Winter

CEO | Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA)

John has been CEO of ARITA since 2014. After starting out his career as an economist and business adviser, John previously led the ANZ arm of a global accounting body. He is a regular media commentator and speaker on business issues.

Nicolas Pilavidis

Nicolas Pilavidis

CEO | Australian Institute of Credit Management (AICM)

As the CEO of the AICM Nick represents over 2,600 credit professionals who are the custodians of cash flow. He is an experienced credit professional with over 20 years’ in technology, property management and debt collection industries both in Australia and the UK.

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