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Running a business is not easy and in this COVID-19 situation where it has wreaked havoc in the world, it is even more crucial to know how to manage financial distress. If your business is no longer staying afloat, there are a few things you can take note of to lessen the blow.
Join us in this webinar where we invite industry experts to discuss some key points to note when handling financial distress specifically in the construction, materials and supply-chain logistics industry.
|Nigel is a specialist in Insolvency, Restructuring and Work-Outs with an emphasis on investigations and cross-border asset recovery. He has advised insolvency practitioners, audit and governance professionals, investigators, corporates, directors, shareholders and individuals on insolvency risk and options, debt management and restructuring, asset tracing and injunctions, investigations and data privacy, employee breaches, fraud risk and incident response, anti-corruption and anti-money laundering.|
|Zachary has 23 years of post qualifying experience and is qualified to practice law in Singapore, Malaysia and Australia. He specialises in Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency and has diversified expertise gathered from both private practice as well as from being General Counsel in an Oil & Gas public listed company based in Malaysia. Throughout his legal career, he has represented clients ranging from individuals, partnerships, local companies and multi national public listed companies with offices located worldwide.|
|Conrad leads the Infrastructure, Building & Engineering practice for South East Asia and has considerable experience in cross-border advisory and dispute resolution work. He advises on Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects in South East Asia, including the formation of consortia to bid for greenfield and brownfield development projects. He is both a CFA charterholder and an Accredited Specialist in Building and Construction Law under the auspices of the Singapore Academy of Law.|
|Yang Eu Jin|
|Eu Jin is Co-Head of RHTLaw Asia’s Corporate and Capital Markets Practice and Head of the Education Industry Group. He has covered a wide spectrum of corporate and securities law-related work, with particular expertise in corporate finance and capital markets work, having advised many local and foreign enterprises seeking to undertake public listings (IPOs) and post-listing corporate action and fund-raising activities on the SGX.|
|Kelvin is a co-Founder of Ardent, and heads the insolvency, restructuring and litigation support division. He has over 20 years of experience in corporate restructuring, insolvency, forensic accounting assignments and commercial sector and has worked on various receiverships and monitoring accountant assignments appointed by companies and financial institutions. He has substantial experience negotiating with creditors and financiers in restructuring debts of companies. Kelvin also has experience in overseeing the finance department and reporting functions of companies listed in the Stock Exchange of Singapore.|
|Rae has over 10 years’ of experience in corporate and individual insolvency engagements, forensic investigations and litigation support. In the course of her career, she was involved in the winding up of public and private companies, and also leading forensic investigations and litigation support assignments. She has experience in various sectors including furniture wholesaler involving suppliers and debtors mainly in overseas jurisdictions, civil engineering, construction, food & beverage, food manufacturing, manpower supplier, shipping, country club and investment holding.|