March 16, 2022 - March 16, 2022

Critical Information for Credit Personnel

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16 Mar, 2022 From 11:00 AM - 12.00 PM

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16 March 2022 from 11:00am-12:00pm

We are pleased to welcome Iain McLennan and Keaton Pronk from McDonald Vague, who will be presenting a webinar on:

  • Credit limits
  • Assumed knowledge of insolvency
  • Preferential Payments/Insolvent Transactions
  • PPSR Registrations and pitfalls
  • NZ Insolvency Update and predictions for the year ahead.

Credit staff need all the resources and tools they can get to stay ahead of the changes in this present business environment. Learn from our guest presenters as they take you through the various topics and give vital information on how to stay ahead of the ‘pack’.

About our presenters:

Iain McLennan has over 30 years’ experience in business recovery and insolvency. The best days in his professional life are when distributions are being paid to creditors. He is a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner accredited by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, and a member of NZCFI (The New Zealand Credit and Finance Institute) and GRIP.

Iain has extensive experience in technical liquidations and receiverships for companies in a wide variety of industries including finance, e-commerce, software development, property development and construction, and manufacturing. He has successfully provided advice to numerous liquidators on recovery actions, particularly actions against directors involving fraud and reckless trading.

Iain has also conducted investigations and has provided expert evidence in cases of suspected corporate fraud and in matrimonial proceedings.

Potentially most importantly in the 2022 economic environment, he has significant experience providing “work out” and recovery advice as an alternative to the formality of receivership/liquidation.

Keaton Pronk is experienced with both personal and corporate insolvency and deals with both small to large sized businesses. He has experience in a number of industries including hospitality management, retail, entertainment, fashion and construction. Because of his personable nature Keaton is able to work well with all parties to achieve the desired result.

Prior to joining McDonald Vague Keaton worked for the MBIE Insolvency and Trustee Service as a Principal Insolvency Officer and held a Deputy Assignee warrant.

Keaton is a Chartered Accountant, Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, a member of RITANZ and INSOL International.

Keaton holds a Bachelor of Commerce (majoring in Accounting and International Business) and a Graduate Diploma of Commerce (majoring in Commercial Law) from The University of Auckland.

Get your bookings in today.

“This event qualifies for 1 CPD hour.”