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CPA gets majority female board with 5 women appointed – Women’s Agenda - September 29, 2017

Women's Agenda CPA gets majority female board with 5 women appointed Women's Agenda Robyn Erskine is a partner in Brooke Bird, and has been actively involved in the public practice sector for over 30 years as a specialist restructuring insolvency and turnaround practitioner. She also curre.

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CPA Australia gets majority female board with five women appointed – SmartCompany.com.au - September 29, 2017

SmartCompany.com.au CPA Australia gets majority female board with five women appointed SmartCompany.com.au After months of public scrutiny including the exit of its chief executive and an independent review of management, CPA Australia has announced a new look board that's majority female for t.

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Why Australia needs new insolvency laws for small businesses – SmartCompany.com.au - September 29, 2017

SmartCompany.com.au Why Australia needs new insolvency laws for small businesses SmartCompany.com.au The Ten Network's recent experience of voluntary administration and subsequent rescue by CBS demonstrates how insolvency law works for large Australian companies. But 97% of Australian businesse.

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Toys R Us struggles with bankruptcy – The Australian - September 28, 2017

Toys R Us struggles with bankruptcy The Australian Toys R Us, which runs around 1,600 stores, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this month as it heads into the all-important holiday season, which makes up around 70 per cent of annual toy sales. Toys R Us has said that it has received $US3.1.

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Australia needs new insolvency laws to encourage small businesses – The Conversation AU - September 28, 2017

Australia needs new insolvency laws to encourage small businesses The Conversation AU The Bankruptcy Act, by contrast, takes account of the social and community dimensions of personal bankruptcy. This legislation seeks to supervise the activities of the bankrupted person for an extended period of ti.

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Man of many names, debts, tries to open Far South Coast estate agencies – Narooma News - September 28, 2017

Narooma News Man of many names, debts, tries to open Far South Coast estate agencies Narooma News “Consumer and Business Services is currently considering whether it is appropriate for Mr Hemmings to continue holding a licence in South Australia,” a spokesperson for the department told Fairfax M.

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