As covered in previous posts, the new Safe Harbour provisions were enacted to encourage directors to seek professional assistance in the early stages of a company’s financial distress (or foreshadowed distress), so as to seek a better outcome. The words usually brought up when mentioning positive outcomes for a financially distressed company are “restructuring” and “turnaround”. But what do these terms mean, what does a restructure encompass, what do we have to go through to “turnaround” a company?
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The Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA) has released their one-page fact sheet on Safe Harbour for Company Directors, encouraging ARITA members to use this document for the promotion of their services.