AIIP – April Sydney mini conference


AIIP April mini conference speaker and barrister
Ingrid King.

There’s nothing better than camaraderie, particularly in these unprecedented times.

Following on from the uncertainly of state border closures and measures imposed to sustain business, AIIP has reformulated its conference offering for 2021.

The first of three State capital-based hybrid conferences kicks off on April 22, 2021 in Sydney.

In addition to a punchy five topic program, the Sydney conference dinner will feature SMH and the Age Cartoonist Cate Willcox as our special guest.

As the tsunami of insolvencies never materialised and the ATO appears to be taking a softly softly approach to debt recovery, SBRP will not be specifically discussed.
Our esteemed speakers will discuss:        

  • Writing an insolvency report – John Melluish
  • What’s happening with small business – Peter Strong COSBOA
  • IP mental health survival – Leanne Faulkner
  • Writer on his book on trusts – Nuncio D’Angelo
  • Law, Courts and Reform – Ingrid King

Remember it is best to book early and to do so go to (AIIP Sydney Mini Conference 2021 Brochure and Registration) or visit our web site Seating is limited to 100.

Prices are $400 for a seat at the conference including drinks and a two-course dinner and for the Zoomers, $100 for all technical sessions.

The AIIP is unapologetically an association of IPs for IPs!

Associate membership is available for any senior member of an IP firm that is aspiring to becoming a registered liquidator and/or trustee in bankruptcy.
Ordinary voting Membership in AIIP is restricted to registered liquidators and trustees in bankruptcy.

More than a third of Australia’s 667 strong population of registered liquidators are members so why not join and have available a roll out of discussion groups, availability to Bond University’s online staff beginners’ course and add your voice to submissions on policies and reforms that affect you. For more see:

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