Unfortunately for some, the Year of Rooster may well be the Year of the Turkey! We’ve already seen a prime example of a firm relying on an automated, online document provider to amend a trust deed. The firm, and its clients, are now paying the price.
While we like to bang on about the risks inherent in using robotic or template service providers, this week we were presented with a prime example of what happens when human scrutiny plays no role in the production of documents.
This edition of Acis All Areas we look at part 2 of Matt's article looking at risks to which many owners, partners and managers are exposed, why burying your head in the sand doesn't avoid conflict and to buy back or to not buy back?
You’ll notice that when applying to register a company, you must nominate a State or Territory in which it will be taken to be registered. Stephen Harvey discusses the many implications that follow with these decisions.
How are your clients making sense of a world where half of their businesses and one-third of their marriages won’t last? What discussions are you having with them about maximising the value of their assets, whilst minimising the risk of losing them?
Risk comes in many forms, and our primary focus at Acis is to manage and mitigate these risks to ensure any potential harm can be eliminated before it is too late. Stephen Harvey of Acis, discusses this more in depth in the following article.