Sewell & Kettle Announces Sponsorship of the Association for Business Restructuring and Turnaround

Estimated reading time: 1 minute Other

Official Launch Night – Sydney NSW. 5 Star Exclusive Event. Future of Sustainability for SME’s. 14 September at Fullarton Hotel Sydney

ABRT invitation for Official Launch Night – Sydney NSW

Sewell & Kettle is honoured to support and sponsor the Sydney launch of the Association for Business Restructuring and Turnaround (ABRT). The launch is planned for Thursday, 14 September 2023, at the Fullerton Hotel Sydney. 

The ABRT is a remarkable not-for-profit organization dedicated to fostering a vibrant and ethical community of business restructuring and turnaround professionals. Its mission is to promote business restructuring as a distinct role, separate from “formal insolvency” processes such as liquidations and voluntary administrations. By doing so, they aim to bring significant benefits to the business community.

Additionally, the ABRT recognizes the importance of professional accreditation and training in the field of business restructuring, providing a safeguard against unqualified practitioners and potential fraudsters.

If you share our passion for supporting the business community and you are interested in learning more about the ABRT, our firm encourages you to visit their website:

Let’s embrace the opportunities that lie ahead and make a meaningful impact together. 

Association for Business Restructuring and Turnaround invitation leaflet


An image of a puzzle being put together, with pieces representing different SBRP eligibility requirements

Does your insolvent business qualify for the Small Business Restructuring Process?

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

2021 introduced sweeping changes to Australia’s corporate insolvency laws with the introduction of the Small Business Restructuring Process (SBRP) under Part 5.3B of the Corporations Act. This innovative restructuring process aims to give struggling small businesses a lifeline by enabling them to restructure their debts and bounce back more resiliently whilst leaving directors in control of their own business. This blog post explores the key hurdles to qualification for restructuring under the SBRP.