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William Buck is frequently called upon to undertake investigative reviews in a variety of circumstances.

The most common investigative reviews involve a lender seeking to find out more information on a borrower’s business, a company which seeks to investigate the conduct of staff or suppliers prior to undertaking a special project, or directors and business owners assessing staff compliance with company policies.

We have a highly experienced team of experts including accountants, liquidators and trustees, who are regularly engaged with by Government departments to report on suspected instances of corporate malfeasance and our expertise is recognised by our membership of various Commonwealth Government panels.

Our team will bring their extensive expertise and experience to assist with disputes and to achieve the best outcome for all stakeholders. Where appropriate we will access resources from across William Buck and the Praxity Alliance to enhance outcomes for all stakeholders.

We aslo work seamlessly with our Business Advisory, Corporate Advisory and Audit and Assurance teams to achieve the best outcome for our client.

Investigative Reviews Specialists

Latest insights from our Restructuring & Insolvency team

Thousands of Director Penalty Notices issued in ATO debt collection activities
13 April 2022 | Minutes to read: 2

Thousands of Director Penalty Notices issued in ATO debt collection activities

Following a relatively quiet period during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has resumed its...
Are you ready to apply for your Director Identification Number?
6 April 2022 | Minutes to read: 2

Are you ready to apply for your Director Identification Number?

Effective 1 November 2021, all directors of registered bodies are required to obtain a Director Identification Number...
Exit smart by using a solvent winding up
23 March 2022 | Minutes to read: 4

Exit smart by using a solvent winding up

When a company’s life cycle has run its course and the corporate entity is no longer required,...
Canberra to consult on the treatment of corporate trusts under insolvency law
24 November 2021 | Minutes to read: 2

Canberra to consult on the treatment of corporate trusts under insolvency law

Australia’s current insolvency law does not clearly address the treatment of corporate trusts which are commonly used...
Directors beware – or face potential criminal charges and ASIC banning orders
11 November 2021 | Minutes to read: 3

Directors beware – or face potential criminal charges and ASIC banning orders

In a strong warning to company directors over the past four weeks, Australia’s corporate watchdog has issued...
Safe harbour review: ARITA’s recommendations
20 October 2021 | Minutes to read: 3

Safe harbour review: ARITA’s recommendations

In response to Treasurer Frydenberg’s announcement in May of the government’s intentions to reform Australia’s insolvency framework...

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