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  • Informal Workouts and Debt Restructuring 

    The simplest definition of a Workout is that a Workout is a process for the rescue or resuscitation of a financially distressed company which is supported by…

    • The Workout Process 

      A Workout or debt restructuring will be essential where: * there is the potential for a viable business after the workout; * the value of the…

    • Causes of Corporate Underperformance 

      A variety of events could lead to a company being in financial distress, including: * loss of key management; * Unexpectedly poor performance,…

    • The Investigating Accountant and Monitoring Accountant 

      Typically in a Workout process, the creditors will require the involvement of an Investigating Accountant. The role of the Investigating Accountant is to: …

  • Formal Appointments – an overview 

    TYPE COMMENCED BY REASON WHO MAY ACT APPOINTEE TITLE POWERS FROM INDIVIDUALS BANKRUPTCY Creditor or debtor Realise assets to pay…

    • Glossary of Insolvency Terms 

      This is a brief explanation of some of the terms used in company insolvency proceedings. Asset Any property of value owned by a company. Can include…

  • Property & Construction 

    Property and construction businesses today operated in an increasingly dynamic and competitive environment. The difficulties began in December 2007 when the…

  • Guidance for Unsecured Creditors 

    Insolvency law and practice is a complicated area. The foundations of insolvency law come from the Corporations Act and the Bankruptcy Act. Laid on those…

    • How to Recognize Insolvency 

      In a legal sense, insolvency is discussed in section 95A(1) of the Corporations Law. A company is insolvent if it cannot pay its debts as and when they fall…

    • Effects of insolvency On Directors, Creditors and Advisors 

      We have outlined below, the effects of insolvency on the directors, advisers, secured and unsecured creditors, but also what actions each of those parties are…

    • VAs from a Lessor’s perspective 

      Voluntary Administrations pose specific problems for lessors. Detailed below, are a number of questions regularly asked by lessors who are faced with a…

    • Key Legal Provisions for Creditors 

      There is always a risk element for lenders, financial institutions and creditors of companies. It is important to have some knowledge of the law relating to…

    • Independence of external administrators 

      If a company is insolvent or in financial difficulty, it can be put into external administration. The three most common forms of external administration are…

  • Guidance for Secured Creditors 

    Insolvency law and practice is a complicated area. The foundations of insolvency law come from the Corporations Act and the Bankruptcy Act. Laid on those…

  • Voluntary Administration 

    Voluntary Administration places an insolvent company in the hands of an independent person who can assess all the options available to generate the best return…

  • Liquidation 

    The Corporations Act sets out the rules and procedures for the liquidation of companies. The liquidation of a company is the process of finalising its…

    • Court Liquidation 

      Commencement of winding up by the court may be instigated by creditors, directors, shareholders or ASIC. Most Court liquidations are commenced by the…

    • Provisional Liquidation 

      On occasions there will be a matter of great urgency in relation to a company, usually that its assets are in jeopardy. In such a case, an application can be…

    • Creditors Voluntary Liquidation 

      In the situation where directors of a company have formed the opinion that the company is insolvent, they have the option of starting a Creditors Voluntary…

    • Members Voluntary Liquidation 

      This form of winding up is available only to solvent companies. The primary reason for a liquidator being appointed to a solvent company is to return capital…

  • Receivership 

    The primary role of a Receiver is to preserve and sell assets for a secured creditor usually when assets are under threat due to the insolvency of a debtor or…

  • Bankruptcy 

    Bankruptcy is the legal process that controls the affairs of people who are insolvent. It therefore applies to individuals, including partners in partnerships.…

  • Personal Insolvency Agreements 

    It is often better for an insolvent person to consider proposing a Personal Insolvency Agreement, or PIA, to their creditors. This can be done under Part X of…

  • Links to Useful Insolvency Websites 

    Professional Organisations: CPA Australia Institute of Chartered Accountants Insolvency Practitioners Association of Australia INSOL International Turnar…

  • Privacy Policy 

    Overview FSIA respects and is committed to maintaining the privacy of any information given to it by its clients. This Statement sets out FSIA’s…

  • Terms & Conditions 

    Our terms and conditions for use of this website are as follows: 1. This web site is operated by Financial Services International (Australia) or FSIA…

  • Home 

    Financial Services International (Australia), or FSIA, is a specialist advisor in corporate restructurings. FSIA provides several unique services: FSIA…

  • Our Services 

    Creditors, shareholders and directors can unexpectedly find themselves involved in the complex world of corporate insolvency, company workouts or corporate…

    • Workout Representation Services 

      Creditor Representation Service Our professionals have achieved a record of success in helping our clients make the complex judgment calls needed to…

    • Investigation Services 

      Transaction Advisory Services Purchasing assets from distressed companies presents some wonderful opportunities and also special challenges. Our team is…

    • Education and Training 

      FSIA has a team of instructor trained professionals specialising in insolvency and restructuring courses. Our presenters have many years experience in…

    • FSI Property & Construction 

      FSI Property and Construction brings together experienced corporate restructuring practitioners with genuine property experts. Where a business in financial…

  • About FSIA and FSI 

    FSIA is part of a group of banking and corporate restructuring professionals operating throughout the world under the “Financial Services International”…

  • Contact Us 

    Financial Services International (Australia) Level 8, 80 Clarence Street Sydney NSW 2000 Ph: +61 (2) 9290-3330

  • Our People 

    FSIA brings together a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals.  Our people have varied backgrounds with a common theme: years of experience…

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