Are you at risk of being caught in a preference payment trap? In this article, Insolve discusses how to avoid the dangers of preference payments and the importance of securing yourself as a creditor.
The government's temporary relief measures for businesses will end on 24 September, leaving countless businesses in danger of collapsing and the insolvency sector in overdrive. Find out what our latest unique data shows.
CreditorWatch CEO Patrick Coghlan and the expert panel at Insolve share their tips on how to identify a zombie company and protect your business with credit risk management and due diligence.
These are the most common questions we've been asked by creditors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Get up to speed on your rights as a creditor, insolvency laws, court actions and how to protect your business during this time.
What options do Australian creditors have to protect their business and get paid during the COVID-19 pandemic? The Solvers spoke to Bill Cotter, Bruce Passetti and Ginette Muller for their expert opinions and advice.
All businesses are struggling during the coronavirus pandemic and it can be difficult to know what advice you can trust. John Morgan and Ginette Muller share their expert opinion on what directors can do to help preserve their business' value.
Here’s a Fun Fact Who would have thought that a line marked around the hull of merchant ships could be such a lifesaver? In the late 19th century, Samuel Plimsoll, a merchant and shipping reformer, became increasingly concerned about the loss of life caused by the overloading of ships. He devised the Plimsoll line, a […]
The construction industry was the biggest risk to small businesses CreditorWatch reviewed industry data across that last 12 months. The statistics were loud and clear across each state that construction was performing poorly. Looking at court actions, New South Wales was the riskiest in Construction by 33%. New South Wales had the highest court actions in […]
The second quarter of 2019 saw a continued increase in court actions for New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria. Comparing this quarter with Quarter 2, 2018 really highlights the increase in court actions and judgments for those three states. Since December 2018, NSW has seen a steady rise in court actions. However, the largest […]
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 […]