- Guides for SMEs
- Supporting clients through COVID-19
- Insolvency fact sheets
- Insolvency webinars and presentation files
- Government stimulus summaries
COVID-19 has caused a significant impact to businesses. Actions taken to reduce the spread of the virus have created fluctuations in demand for products and services, labour shortages and supply disruptions.
As part of a comprehensive risk management strategy, there are actions you can take to help you or your clients’ business through these challenges and build resilience for the future.
Guides for SMEs: Understanding your options
In an ever-changing economic environment, it's important to understand your options if your business is in distress. Learn how to spot the signs of insolvency in your SME and what your options are.
It’s important to understand your options should your company be experiencing financial difficulty.
Business exit strategy – Public Practice Conference 2020 recorded session
Research and planning are two key components of delivering a successful exit strategy. In this recorded session, Jason Bertalli FCPA outlines the importance of researching potential buyers, how to maximise the return on the sale of a business and how to communicate with your clients about an exit strategy.
Be the doctor, not the undertaker – Public Practice Conference 2020 recorded session
Shabnam Amirbeaggi FCPA highlights why clients shouldn’t fear the word ‘bankruptcy’ or ‘insolvency’ and why there’s a greater chance of a positive outcome if early advice is given on the best approach.
Insolvency fact sheets
The outbreak of COVID-19 is continuing to have an overwhelming impact on individuals, businesses and communities. We have created these fact sheets designed to work together to help you and your clients in financial distress.
The risk of corporate failure under the current and evolving COVID-19-related economic circumstances is unprecedented. Learn about the meaning of insolvency and how to identify the indicators.
If your clients are in financial distress, find out how you can help them navigate through this health and economic crisis with an overview of the options available.
An overview of Director’s Duties and Insolvent Trading provisions in the Corporations Act 2001 and the implications this may have for our members who are advising clients in financial distress, despite the relief offered through the Coronavirus Economic Support Package.
This factsheet highlights the various factors to take into account when considering whether a company is insolvent, so you can refer clients to an insolvency expert as soon as possible.
The Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association (ARITA), with the support of CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, has released a special guide for accountants in public practice. It outlines steps you can take to help your clients with companies in financial distress.
Is your SME client insolvent and how can you help?
CPA Australia’s 60-minute webinar recording outlines the warning signs which indicate that your SME client may be insolvent and how you can help. Presented by Travis Anderson, Partner at Deloitte, and Kristen Beadle, Partner at Hall Chadwick.
Dealing with clients in financial distress
In this webinar, experts from Deloitte cover how to deal with clients in financial distress, particularly in relation to business continuity, contingency planning, cash flow, and changes to the insolvent trading regime.
Corporate and personal insolvency
In this webinar, experts from Deloitte provide an overview of corporate and personal insolvency.