Free Seminar for Members: Improving Cash Flow and Dealing with Insolvency

We all know that cash flow in the building game can be “lumpy” but there are ways of improving your position to help you get paid and to avoid being “poor piggy in the middle”. Credit terms in contracts can greatly improve your commercial position and a proper understanding of Security of Payment claims and also the insolvency protection offered by the Personal Property Securities Act, will have tangible benefits for your business.

James Neate and James Devonish, Partners of Lynch Meyer Lawyers have decades of construction, insolvency and collections experience. Learn from them;

  • Practical tips to improve your cash flow
  • Signs that you are dealing with an insolvent customer and how to safeguard your position
  • Fast-track claims under Security of Payments Act
  • Putting yourself ahead of unsecured creditors using the Personal Property Securities Act and Workers Liens Act.

These presenters understand the real-world challenges faced by electrical trades and suppliers. In plain English, they will give practical advice and many take-aways to use in your business to protect your assets and improve your cash flow and bottom line.

This seminar is limited to a maximum of 40 people so get in quickly to reserve your spot.

When:                          Thursday 19 April 2018

Where:                         Lynch Meyer Lawyers

                                    190 Flinders Street, Adelaide SA 5000

Time:                           7:30am – 9am

Cost:                           Free for NECA SA/NT members, $30 pp for non-members

Catering:                     Continental breakfast buffet provided with tea and coffee

Parking:                       Available on Flinders Street


Register Now! 

Please return the registration form to NECA SA/NT before Friday 13 April 2018. For further information, please contact the NECA SA/NT office on (08) 8272 2966. Fax: (08) 8373 1528. Email: