Preference Payments- How to Avoid Them
Since the commencement of the operation of the Personal Property Security Act (“the PPSA”) Credit Managers have been able to raise an additional defence to preference claims made by liquidators. Credit managers who register a security interest under the PPSA may argue that as a secured creditor their company is not exposed to preference claims which concern unsecured debt. This area of the law is evolving. Frank will explain the secured creditor defence and also explain and provide pointers on how to utilise the other defences provided under the Corporations Act.
Frank is a commercial litigation lawyer with in excess of 32 years’ experience. His representation includes credit managers liquidators, and trustees in bankruptcy. He is and has been for some time a Councillor of the Victorian Division of the AICM chairing the Law & Regulation Portfolio. He was the recipient of the inaugural AICM Victorian Legal Representative of the year Award in 2015. Frank is also a long standing member of ARITA.
- 21 April 2016
- Parkview Hotel
562 St Kilda Rd
- Frank Gambera- McMahon Fearnley Lawyers
- Members: $55 (inc. GST)
Non-Members: $65 (Inc. GST)
- CCE Points