Planning | Strategy
With various stimulus for both individuals and SMEs due to end in September, and others being extended to December 2020, Australia is facing a potential tsunami of bankruptcies as a result of business-related insolvencies and the greatest danger period is 12-18 months down the track. We discuss this implication and how accountants can prepare for this incoming wave.
National Managing Partner, Jirsch Sutherland
While Bradd’s work spans most industry sectors and business types, he has significant experience within the film and entertainment industries, including working with high-profile personalities.
Those who find themselves at a delicate financial crossroads particularly welcome Bradd’s meticulous approach and constructive, down-to-earth outlook. He pulls out all stops to make difficult financial situations as painless as possible and to ensure every positive solution is uncovered.
Established in 1984, Jirsch Sutherland is one of Australia’s leading national independent insolvency specialists. The Jirsch Sutherland team works closely with small and mid-size accounting, finance and legal firms – and their clients – to provide a wide range of expert corporate and personal insolvency services including liquidations, voluntary administrations, receiverships and bankruptcy.
With head offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Newcastle and Perth, supported by a network of regional offices, Jirsch Sutherland’s national reach combined with a local presence underpins the company’s ongoing success. For over three decades, Jirsch Sutherland has earned a well-deserved reputation for protecting and guiding clients through the insolvency process in a fair and ethical way.
In Western Australia, Jirsch Sutherland trades as WA Insolvency Solutions.