Reading Time: 4 minutes We've teamed up with PPSR experts, the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) and Ledlin Lawyers, to refresh your knowledge on how to protect your business and security interests.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Understand company financials and the benefit of a Financial Risk Assessment to assess the financial health of your customers and suppliers. Watch the webinar or read this overview to gain valuable insights.
Reading Time: 2 minutes PPSRLogic is CreditorWatch's award-winning PPSR platform, making it easier for businesses of all sizes to create and manage their registrations. Find out more about this powerful product and the free resources to help you get started.
Reading Time: 3 minutes What are the biggest business trends of Q1 2019? The Small Business Risk Review Q1 2019, found that court actions across Australia have increased significantly in the 1st quarter of 2019 in comparison to Quarter 1, 2018. It’s no surprise to see worrisome numbers in the first quarter. This is particularly due to the consequences […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Recap what was covered in Part 3 of our webinar series If you weren’t able to join our Part 3 webinar series: PPSRLogic: Create, Manage, Renew, here is a summary of the main points we covered. We’ve previously looked at why you need to register and how to register on the PPSR, but now we’re […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes If you didn’t catch our Part 2 webinar series on PPSR: Getting It Right, here is a summary of the main points we covered. Recently, Paul Mead, CreditorWatch PPSR Specialist and Terry Ledlin, Special Counsel at Ledlin Lawyers, held the second webinar of the PPSR series which explored the importance of registering accurately, avoiding common […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Recap the most important points of our PPSA webinar Our recent webinar featuring Paul Mead (our CreditorWatch PPSR expert) and Terry Ledlin (Special Counsel of Ledlin Lawyers) was a great success and one of our most attended webinars ever. In case you missed it, the Personal Property Securities Act (2009) (PPSA) requires you to think […]