Insolvency Bootcamp Series Part 3: Creditors Voluntary Liquidations: What every advisor and company director needs to know as businesses emerge from lockdown
This is part-3 of the Insolvency Bootcamp Series for 2021, which is made up of 6 individual events throughout the year. To book all 6 in advance and get a discounted rate, click here. If purchasing after the start date, any passed sessions will be available as online CPD.
Date: Thursday, 15 July
Time: 11:00 – 12:00
Speaker: Tom Murray
Post COVID-19 Creditors Voluntary Liquidations
What business advisors and owners must understand about the liquidation process post Lockdown.
- Guide to remote creditors meetings
- How to organise a remote creditors meeting
- How The format of a remote creditors meeting
- Key risks & considerations for Director’s when dealing with companies in financial distress
- When should you consider speaking to an Insolvency Practitioner
- Common mistakes that Directors make that can (and cannot) be potentially remedied after the commencement of liquidation
- Directors personal exposure
- Impact of Government Supports on Directors
- Liquidations from a creditor’s perspective:
- Risks to creditors of claims from liquidations: unfair preferences and more
- What should you advise your clients to do – lodging claims, enforcing security, calling up guarantees, rights to information and challenging Liquidators
- Unfair preferences in a post COVID-19 environment
- Implications of the COVID-19 reforms, including the new small business restructuring and liquidation processes on creditor’s rights
- Liquidation & Starting again – know the risks
- Phoenix Companies
- Purchasing assets from Liquidator
CDP Course Speaker:
Tom Murray, Friel Stafford
Tom is partner in Friel Stafford, one of Ireland’s leading advisory firms. He specialises in the 4 key areas of Corporate Recovery & Insolvency, Corporate Finance, Forensic Accounting & Expert Witness and Personal Insolvency. He is also an experienced Non – Executive Director.
Tom qualified as an accountant in 1997 and is a member of ACCA and CPA Ireland.