The restructuring of companies in financial distress in South Africa is on the increase. However, business rescue is relative new here. What are the best practices, standards, impactful transactions and lessons learnt for stakeholders within the constraints of the structure and regulations?
New paradigm and navigating the business rescue industry
Role of CIPC – updated, challenges and remedies
Business rescue performance determinants
Business rescue practitioners fiduciary responsibilities – ethics and code of conduct
Business rescue judgement and application of ethics
Chapter 6 as 'one size fits all' procedure - is this effective for SMEs?
International perspective: Restructuring and insolvency
Is business rescue the new M&A? Challenges, options and opportunities for distressed funds in SA
Business rescue from a finance institution perspective: what elements contribute towards successful engagement
Outlook and prediction on industries - which will soar, which will not
Case study – From TopTV to StarSat
Case study – Evraz Highveld Steel and Vanadium
Prof David Burdette, Professor of Insolvency Law, Director: Centre for Business and Insolvency Law, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University (Extraordinary Professor, Department of Mercantile Law, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria)
Best practices, discussions & dialogue on:
Remuneration of BRPs
Role and value of creditor's committees
Duties of directors during the business rescue process
Role of state owned entities
Reasonable prospect of companies' recovery and survival
Turnaround rather than rescue
From business rescue to liquidation
- Banks' right of cancellation of bank facility
- Post-commencement financing and the ranking of claims
- SARS and post commencement charges
This 2-day conference, taking place on 8 and 9 March 2016, is endorsed by Turnaround Management Association Southern Africa (TMA SA) and members of TMA SA will receive 10% discount. To receive this special rate, kindly email email@example.com your membership details and you will be invoiced accordingly.
If you have queries regarding applying/online registration, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
By applying/booking your seat, you are bound by the following cancellation policy
- Delegates who cancel their registrations within 8 – 14 working days before the conference commences, will be liable for 50% of the conference fee.
- Delegates who cancel their registrations within 0 -7 working days before the conference commences, will be liable for 75% of the conference fee.
- Non-arrivals (no-shows) will be charged the 100% full fee of the conference. Replacement delegate is allowed. Kindly inform us in writing.