Is your Business Succession Adequate?

12:00pm Wednesday, 20 November 2019
12:45pm Wednesday, 20 November 2019
At your desk
Melbourne, Victoria 3000

A Business Succession Plan is a strategy for the smooth and orderly handover of a business from one owner/manager to another in particular circumstances, such as the planned or unplanned departure of one partner from the business.

Financial Adviser Matthew Aitchison joins Julie Mills on Across the MD's Desk to help Members understand the needs for adequate Business Succession Planning. 

Subject Matter Presenters:

Julie Mills, Managing Director, APSCo Australia

Matthew Aitchison, Financial Advisor, Gallagher Benefit Services


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APSCo Australia’s Across the MD’s Desk webinars are FREE to individuals registered by their companies as participants for APSCo programs, as well as for Certified Recruitment Professionals and those undertaking study for the exam.

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