Unit Title developments and Body Corporates – a guide for Insolvency Practitioners
This topic will cover a range of topics to assist Insolvency Practitioners when dealing with unit title developments and body corporates including governance, UTA disclosure issues, financial and planning responsibilities, administrators under the UTA, the role of body corporate managers and UTA reform.
Myles O’Brien, Special Counsel Buddle Findlay
Myles O’Brien is Special Counsel at Buddle Findlay and a member of the firm’s national financial services team specialising in transactional banking, property finance, asset management and restructuring. Myles has a particular focus on advising secured creditors across a wide range of issues from an enforcement perspective including formal insolvency processes, workouts and restructurings, farm debt mediation, mortgagee sales and recoveries from guarantors. As a result of his past experience on long term secondments with one of the major banks working across a range of teams, Myles gained first-hand knowledge of the types of issues that affect financial institutions on a daily basis. Myles has valuable insights on how financial institutions function and the critical interaction of various stakeholders within a financial institution to deliver an optimal end solution.
Myles has also assisted banks with major projects such responses to the Christchurch earthquakes and, over the last few years, has been instrumental in assisting the banking industry to develop funding solutions for customers in body corporates facing building remediation issues. To date Buddle Findlay has been involved in over 50 building remediation projects working closely with body corporates and their advisors as well as the banks to unlock funding solutions for these projects.
Wed, 13 October 2021
Presentation 4.30pm – 5.30pm
Zoom online event only
Complimentary for RITANZ Members
Chartered Accountants ANZ Members $40.00 plus GST
Law Society Members $40.00 plus GST
Standard (casual attendance) $50.00 plus GST
How to register:
Registration is required.