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Christchurch Networking Event – Aug 2020

BDO Christchurch Level 4, 287/293 Durham Street North, Christchurch

POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19   Legal update - presented by Crispin Vinnell, Partner at Anthony Harper Tax Debt Remission and Income Tax - presented by Mark Lodder, Tax Partner, BDO                                               …

Christchurch Networking Event – Oct 2020

BDO Christchurch Level 4, 287/293 Durham Street North, Christchurch

Legal update - presented by Anderson Lloyd Presentation: "Observations from the bench on insolvency matters by Associate Judge Dale Lester"      Date:    Wed, 28 October 2020 Time:    Registration, refreshments and networking at 12:00 pm Presentation starts 1:00 pm Venue:  PwC Centre, Level 4, 60 Cashel Street, Christchurch Central              …

Christchurch Networking Event – Aug 2021

BDO Christchurch Level 4, 287/293 Durham Street North, Christchurch

Legal update - tba Presentation:  tba Date:    Postponed due to Covid-19 Lock down Time:    Registration, refreshments and networking at 12:00 pm Presentation starts 1:00 pm Venue: BDO, Level 4, 287/293 Durham Street North, Christchurch      Pricing : Complimentary for RITANZ Members Chartered Accountants ANZ members $40.00 Law Society Members $40.00 Non members $50.00 …

Auckland Networking Event – Oct 2021

Topic: 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 …

Auckland Networking Event – Nov 2021

Topic: Independence: a guide for liquidators, administrators and their advisers Tim Fitzgerald and Nick Moffatt from Bell Gully will address the requirement of independence for liquidators and administrators and the practical and legal considerations that can arise from prior relationships with the company, relationships with creditors of the company, and relationships with other professional advisors. Presenters:    …

RITANZ Webinar Event – March 2022

Topic: A refresher on the personal liability of insolvency practitioners This seminar will focus on the personal liability exposure of receivers, administrators, and liquidators and how they can manage these risks. Presenters:  James McMillan from Dentons Kensington Swan – James McMillan is a partner at Dentons Kensington Swan and leads the firm's restructuring and insolvency team.  James …

RITANZ Webinar Event – April 2022

Topic: Government financial support and the impact on SME New Zealand businesses In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Government has provided unprecedent financial support to New Zealand businesses. Deloitte will provide an overview of the Government support, much of which is still available to SME New Zealand, as well as share our insights into …

RITANZ Auckland Networking Event – 11 May 2022

Topic: Considerations for directors post Debut Homes, Mainzeal and COVID Between appellate Court decisions in Debut Homes and Mainzeal as well as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the last two years have provided significant food for thought for company directors. Chapman Tripp will address what company directors ought to be considering in that context, as well …

RITANZ Webinar Event – June 2022

Topic: An evidence-based approach to burnout reduction This practical session will give you tools to recognize symptoms of burnout and to eliminate or reduce them both on an organizational level and on a personal one. We’re also going to address the potential impact working with clients as an insolvency practitioner might have on your mental …

RITANZ Auckland Networking Event – 15 June 2022

Simpson Grierson Level 27, 88 Shortland Street, Auckland

Topic: The Great Re-Negotiation: reframing the Great Resignation The Great Resignation was predicted by Anthony Klotz almost a year ago. Official reports suggest this hasn't hit NZ: employment in NZ has reached a record high. However if we look beneath the high-level numbers, employers are all talking about how to stem unplanned turnover. Hiring is …