Our Business Development Manager Isaac Parry recently flew to Brisbane to present at the Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) QLD Community Symposium on the 14th of February. It was held at the Victoria Park Golf Complex in Herston, QLD.
During his presentation, Isaac provided practical advice on how ACSA members can better manage their debts and how they can minimize their risk and exposure. He also talked about writing off bad debts in general—a topic Isaac is extremely passionate about.
Slater Byrne have been corporate supporters of Aged and Community Services NSW and ACT for three years now, providing advice and assistance to their non-profit members. ACS is now ACSA and is a national body that now also includes members in the for-profit sector.
Throughout each government legislative change, we have been there to offer advice on making sure the changes don’t affect their cash flow because of bad debt.
Isaac Parry sharing his expert knowledge at the ACSA QLD Community Symposium
If you would like gain more inside knowledge on how current legislation can affect your company’s cash flow, you can contact Isaac at 0447 474 300.
Liam White joined the Slater Byrne Recoveries team in early 2013. He has worked across the credit & dispute resolution industry for a number of years. He is currently working in a Marketing/Head of Sales capacity at Slater Byrne Recoveries.