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Steering to Safe Harbour – Changes to Australian Insolvency Laws Herald a New Era for the Turnaround of Distressed … – The National Law Review - November 09, 2017

Steering to Safe Harbour – Changes to Australian Insolvency Laws Herald a New Era for the Turnaround of Distressed ... The National Law Review Australia's corporate insolvency regime has undergone significant reform with the passing of the Treasury Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives N.

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Australia: Arrium sale proceeds start to flow to former employees of the mining and steel group – Mondaq News Alerts - November 09, 2017

Australia: Arrium sale proceeds start to flow to former employees of the mining and steel group Mondaq News Alerts "Arrium and Whyalla have a bright future under a new ownership ready to make the necessary investment for Australia to have an internationally competitive long steel industry," he said..

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Australia: First $500 million begins to flow for Arrium creditors – Mondaq News Alerts - November 09, 2017

Australia: First $500 million begins to flow for Arrium creditors Mondaq News Alerts KordaMentha Restructuring today began distributing a first dividend of $500 million to Arrium admitted creditors from the proceeds of the sale of the steel and mining group. The distribution represents 10 cents in t.

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Why turnaround ‘safe harbour’ laws for company directors makes sense – The West Australian - November 09, 2017

Why turnaround 'safe harbour' laws for company directors makes sense The West Australian Australia has been criticised for having punitive insolvency laws that snuff-out directors' enthusiasm to save companies facing financial and operational headwinds for fear of falling on the wrong.

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Australia: KPMG report says Network Ten shares have nil value – Mondaq News Alerts - November 09, 2017

Australia: KPMG report says Network Ten shares have nil value Mondaq News Alerts The KPMG report forms part of the evidence in a Court application by KordaMentha, the Deed Administrators of Ten, to transfer the shares to CBS International Television Australia Pty Ltd. Any shareholders seeking to app.

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Paradise Papers: How Engie pulled $1 billion from Australian power plant ahead of carbon tax – ABC Online - November 08, 2017

ABC Online Paradise Papers: How Engie pulled $1 billion from Australian power plant ahead of carbon tax ABC Online Days before the carbon tax took effect on July 1, 2012, French energy giant Engie transferred $1 billion in dividends out of Australia and back to UK parent companies. Just two-and-a-ha.

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