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Metro Series Event - Optimising productivity through business automation and mitigating the pitfalls of insolvency.

Wednesday 15th February 2023
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand together with Western Sydney University – Liverpool Campus would like to extend an invitation to you and your team to our inaugural Southwest Community Event. This event has been created to provide you with an opportunity to meet and network with fellow CA’s in a face to face environment. Please join us for a light lunch and update from Nick Fox – Partner BDO.  Nick will provide evidence-based insights into the benefits of business automation, debunk myths surrounding the cost of automation and identify key underlying insolvency triggers related to business failure when timely accurate data is not available. 

Learning Outcomes:

1.    Discuss the case of timely accurate data provided by automation processes when the cost of human capital is increasing 
2.    Understand the value to your practice and your client when driving deeper business conversations 
3.    Support sound client growth while avoiding potential insolvency distress
Registration | 11.30am
Event starts | 12.00pm
Event concludes | 2.00pm
Nick Fox
Partner | CFO Advisory | BDO Australia

Nick is a partner with BDO in Australia specialising in working with finance teams and CFOs to achieve the objectives of the business, through providing the users of finance with relevant and timely information. Nick has experience working with all types of businesses from public sector organisations, large enterprises and SMEs, in all instances crafting solutions that are fit for purpose.

Andrew McEvoy CA and LL.B 
Director - Corporate Advisory, Restructuring & Turnaround, Insolvency and Transactions | Aston Chace Group 

Andrew has more than 11 years of experience in the finance, restructuring and insolvency industry.  He has worked closely with a number of non-bank lenders, credit funds, and distressed M&A and turnaround funds, both within Australia and offshore to identify investment opportunities, monitor deals and create value in complex and distressed scenarios. 
Western Sydney University, Liverpool Campus
Level 9, Conference Room 1
100 Macquarie Street, 


Topic: Insolvency

Sub-Topic: Insolvency

Format: Seminar

Proficiency Level: All

CPD: Upto 1 hours