ARITA Journal vol 35 #03: Bringing a national icon back to life


The cover feature of the September edition of the ARITA Journal by Beacon Advisory Director Tony Lane takes a behind the scenes look at the complex restructuring work that went into the reopening of the historic Zig Zag Railway.

Other features include:

An overview of the outcome of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services inquiry into corporate insolvency, by ARITA CEO John Winter.

An investigation into the reasons behind the run of construction companies collapsing, and what insolvency practitioners need to know when taking on these appointments, by Business Journalist Dominic Rolfe.

SV Partners Director Michael Brennan makes the case for maintaining the 4000-hour experience requirement and argues why it shouldn’t be blamed for gender disparity in the insolvency profession.

Case/legal updates include:

  • ‘The vesting of the bankrupt’s assets in a self-managed superannuation fund’ (Frigger v Trenfield (No.3) [2023] FCAFC 49) by Anne Wardell RITM, Lecturer, UTS Sydney.
  • ‘UK rescue reforms in the spotlight’, by Dr Lézelle Jacobs RITP, ARITA Legal Director and Peter Walton, University of Wolverhampton.

This edition also includes a profile of National Judicial Registrar Peter Schmidt RITF, plus government updates, case summaries, ARITA events and education news, and the latest commentary and updates from the ARITA Specialist team. 

Access Volume 35 #03 of the ARITA Journal here (members only).