Member Workshops will be running as a combination of in-person attendance and virtually via Microsoft Teams. In person attendance is limited to 10 people per session due to COVID-19 restrictions and room capacity. You will be able to select your preference when registering to attend the event.
Join the MBA Team for an update on important issues such as
We will also be joined by representatives from CBUS to discuss the changes to superannuation laws from 1 July.
If you have a specific question that you would like answered, please submit it prior to the session.
The ACT Integrity Commission was established to investigate, expose, and prevent corruption in the ACT public sector and foster public confidence in the integrity of government. As building and construction businesses regularly interact with the ACT Government, this presentation and education session will be of benefit to you. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions at the conclusion of the presentation.
The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) is a government register of security interests in personal property – which includes cars, company assets, boats, used goods and even intellectual property. It doesn’t include land or fixtures.
When someone registers a security interest on the PPSR, they are letting the world know that they have a security interest. This security interest may enable you to recover goods if someone fails to pay you, including if they have a liquidator appointed.
Join Gavin McCosker, Deputy Chief Executive of the Australian Financial Security Authority, and the team from RSM, to learn about what can be registered on the PPSR, what members should be aware of, and how you can use the PPSR to your advantage. The team will also provide practical guidance and demonstrate how to use the PPSR system.