Are you aware of your responsibilities as a company director?
In Australia, company directors have certain duties and responsibilities that are specified in the Corporations Act 2001.
For example, a director of a company that has traded while insolvent may be liable for the company’s debts.
If you are a director of a company facing financial difficulties, what should you do?
If you are a director of a company facing financial difficulties (for example, the company is being pursued by creditors), you should act now to seek independent advice from a qualified insolvency professional.
If you are the director of a company in difficulty, and you have received a Director’s Penalty Notice (DPN) from the Australian Taxation Office, contact us now to discuss your options.
This is especially the case if you are about to enter into a formal insolvency appointment.
We can provide advice to company directors on the following:
- director penalty notices
- insolvent trading
- directors’ personal guarantees
- bailiff–sheriff debts
- personal liability.
At David Clout & Associates, we can also advise company directors on their legal obligations under the Corporations Act.
Are you or your company facing an uncertain financial future? David Clout is a highly regarded expert in insolvency, an experienced negotiator and strategic thinker. As a registered Liquidator and Bankruptcy Trustee, he is qualified to accept a range of insolvency appointments. Call +61 7 3129 3316 to arrange a consultation.