Thursday 23rd April 2020 12:00pm to 2.00 pm PWC Hamilton level 4/109 Ward Street Hamilton
The Personal Properties Securities Act 1999 (PPSA) has been in effect since 2002, however there is still a lack of knowledge about the rights that Personal Properties Securities Register (PPSR) registered creditors have when a debtor enters into a formal debt collection process.. As a creditor, your position will depend on your terms of trade and its contractual rights along with a registration on the PPSR. Knowing important features of the PPSR and learning how to navigate it effectively will assist in enabling your business to have a more robust credit management processes. We discuss how to
- Best protect your security interest and position as a creditor
- Manage your risk during the course of the trading relationship
- Maximising your recovery in a debt collection event and your options
We are privileged to have 2 PPSR specialist speakers
Emma Falconer. Commercial lawyer, admitted as a barrister and solicitor in the high court in 1999, joined Stace Hammond in 2002, and became partner in 2010.
* Commercial advice including structuring, governance, succession planning, and operational
* Banking and Finance including structuring of loan and security packages and debt recovery
* Personal Property Securities Act including protection and recovery of assets
* Property including subdivision
* Trust and Estate planning
Wendy Sommerville. Director PWC New Zealand.
Since 2001 Wendy has specialised in insolvency work, working closely with receivers and liquidators and taking liquidation appointments since 2015.
Wendy enjoys working with people and finding solutions in her role in the PwC Restructuring team, where she takes liquidation appointments across the South Island, Waikato and Bay of Plenty.
Get your bookings in today.
“This event qualifies for 1 CPD hour.”