Advertorial: Bootcamps fill void left by AFSA

bankruptcy bootcamps this August

Rosie Traill’s bankruptcy bootcamps are rolling out this month.

Readers of INO may be aware that we are a regular media partner for the bankruptcy bootcamps and professional development offerings of Rosie Traill’s Traill & Associates.

Best known for her Practical Insolvency series – now in its 18th year – more recently Rosie established an annual Bankruptcy Congress filling the gap left by AFSA’s withdrawal.

The newest addition to the roster are the ”bankruptcy bootcamps’ which unusually for Rosie will be offered in three separate locations: Brisbane on 21 August, Sydney on 23 August, and Melbourne on 30 August.

The bootcamps are unashamedly a low budget offering: 8.5 hours of CPD at around $300 per person, and INO is happy to share this information with its readership, as well attend as media partner.

Rosie explained that the program features experienced practitioners and a large number of the ‘up and coming’ professionals including:

Angelina Kozary, Senior Associate, Piper Alderman –  recently named in Doyle’s Guide as a “Rising Star”;  Amanda Coneyworth, Ferrier Hodgson & Insolvency Law Lecturer UTS; Carrie Rome Sievers, Barrister, regularly nominated in the peer-reviewed Best Lawyers list for Insolvency and Reconstruction and in Doyles Guide;  John Poulsen,  Laura Johns and Daniel Vizor from Norton rose FulbrightMichael Trim, Barrister; Guy Edgecombe, James Roland and Rob Hinton from GadensDavid Murray-Nobbs and Marc Saadie from Kemp StrangDamien ButlerPeter Harkin and Nigel Watson from Colin Biggers & Paisley and Darrin Mitchell from Matthews Folbigg Lawyers.

Topics include Independence & DIRRI’s; Voidable Transactions; Dealing with Trust Assets; PPSA; S439A Reports; Remuneration; Dealing with Creditor Claims – Voting and Distributions.

The training will be based n the changes introduced to the Corporations Act by the Insolvency Law Reform Act 2016 – the Insolvency Practice Schedule and the Insolvency Practice rules and the Corporations Regulations.

Newer members of the profession will be attending alongside senior more experienced practitioners wanting to refresh and gain their externally verifiable cpd hours.

Those seeking further information can find all the detail on Rosie’s <>, and Rosie assures us that it is also not too early to register for her 6th Annual Bankruptcy Congress, in Sydney on December 3, 2018.

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