CCE Breakfast - ATO changes and what this means for Credit Managers

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Adrian will discuss the recent government announcement regarding taxpayers who have outstanding tax debts.

From the 1 July 2017 taxpayers who have an unpaid tax debt over $10,000 run the risk of the ATO listing them as in default with the various credit reporting bureaus, something the ATO has never previously be able or allowed to do. Adrian will discuss what this means for the credit profession and the flow on effects of the important change.

He will also discuss what has driven the ATO’s change of attitude in dealing with those with outstanding tax debts.

More about Adrian Hunter

Adrian Hunter was appointed to partnership within Brooke Bird in 2016 following a 20 year career with  Deloitte, PPB Advisory and Ferrier Hodgson. He specialises in corporate reorganisation and insolvency advice.

Adrian’s experience encompasses a diverse range of services working with key stakeholders (be they secured lenders, directors, their solicitors and accountants) which typically focus on internal controls, management competency, performance, short to medium term viability and asset divestment. Articles written by Adrian on the PPSA and various insolvency topics have appeared in the quarterly Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Assoc (ARITA) journal and Australian Institute of Credit Management journal.

He regularly presents on a variety of insolvency and related topics and is a lead trainer/presenter on behalf of ARITA

Event Details

  • Date
  • 24 February 2017
  • Address
  • 1 St Andrews Place
    East Melbourne
  • Venue
  • Park Hyatt Melbourne
  • Speaker
  • Adrian Hunter - Brooke Bird
  • Time
  • 7:15am Registration
  • Cost
  • Members
    $55 (Inc. GST)
  • CCE Points
  • 1


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