ARITA Journal vol 35 #04: The impact of directors’ duties on IPs


The cover feature of the December edition of the ARITA Journal explores the changing expectations of directors and what this means for insolvency professionals when a company collapses. Dr Pamela Hanrahan, Professor of Commercial Law and Regulation at UNSW, and Brooke Bird Partner Robyn Erskine both give their insights into the implications of this shift in perception of directors’ duties.

Other features include:

  • PwC’s Michael Fung and Tom Girdwood share their experiences of applying the principles of the Corporations Act to running administrations that sit outside its parameters.
  • Chris Caiger-Watson from Genius People shares tips and advice on attracting and retaining the best staff for your practice.
  • Michael Fingland from Vantage Performance and Unconventional Leader’s William Gooderson shed light on the human elements of a turnaround that we need to get right to ensure success.
  • ARITA’s Kim Arnold provides a first-hand account of negotiating the challenges of the SBR process and a discussion of some of the potential solutions.

This edition also includes a profile of Victoria Young from Heard Phillips Lieberenz, plus government updates, case summaries, ARITA events and education news, and the latest commentary and updates from the ARITA Specialist team.

Access Volume 35 #04 of the ARITA Journal here (members only).