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Best Joanna Oakey From Aspect Legal podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Joanna Oakey From Aspect Legal podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Joanna Oakey from Aspect Legal brings her decades of experience in law and in business to help provide smart legal tips for business owners and managers. Learn how you can avoid legal landmines that affect businesses in the areas of trademark, brand protection, intellectual property, contract law, employment law, dispute resolution and litigation.
 
Welcome to Australia’s First and Only Mergers and Acquisitions podcast! Discover best practices from industry advisors and businesses that are involved in sale and acquisitions activity. Get educated about the the trends, challenges and issues that impact the business sale and acquisitions environment.
 
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In this episode, we talk to Mark Ostryn the Director of Strategic Transactions. Mark works in the food & beverage, health & beauty, and technology space to make businesses more valuable before he takes them to market. Mark discusses his new tool for assessing sale readiness in any business, why Mark decided to create this tool and the surprising da…
 
The coronavirus outbreak has not given us an advantageous start to the year. As of today there are 198,394 reported coronavirus cases, 7,981 deaths and 165 countries and territories around the world have been affected and these numbers are increasing rapidly. With cities in lockdown, travel restrictions in place and global trade in a mess, its fair…
 
This week we have another ‘Conversations at the coalface’ episode where our guests have been inside one or multiple acquisitions or exits so they can share a different perspective to the usual one we discuss in our podcasts. We talk to Katherine Frazer who has been in the dental industry for more than two decades where after sixteen years as an ass…
 
We are back talking to Edward Chan from Chan & Naylor Accountants. Ed regularly contributes to many widely read magazines and publications across Australia and speaks on Best Practice Methodologies to build a successful business. In this concluding episode, we continue looking at growing your business through joint ventures and acquisitions. Ed pro…
 
In this two-part series, we welcome back one of our favourites, Edward Chan, the Co-founder of Chan & Naylor Accountants. Ed is recognised as one of Australia’s foremost authorities on tax and property and is a regular keynote speaker in many property seminars around Australia. Joanna and Ed discuss how you can use joint ventures and merger to grow…
 
Welcome back to the second part of our discussion with Anne and Paolo Lencioni on valuations, mergers, and acquisitions in the vet industry. As previously mentioned both Anne and Paolo are highly skilled in both accounting and veterinary science and so today we jump straight into the different types of multiples (high vs. low) the difference betwee…
 
Today we speak to Anne and Paolo Lencioni, Founders of APL Accountants. Anne and Paolo are not only experts in accounting but they were both veterinary surgeons prior to becoming accountants. Our discussion today covers issues relating to valuations and business sales and acquisitions within this field. However, we feel this is a very relevant two-…
 
In this episode, we talk to the Managing Director of BCI Business Brokers Tony Arena. During his 30 years, Tony has sold or supervised the sale of over 1,000 businesses and today he discusses his belief that people are the most valuable asset in a business. He drills down on the hidden value of people assets in business sales and acquisitions and s…
 
Welcome to the second half of ‘Conversations at the Coalface’ where Edward Chan discusses how to grow your business through acquisitions. Join us as Joanna and Ed discuss the risk areas when buying a business and how to effectively grow your business through acquisitions.By Joanna Oakey, Aspect Legal
 
Today we talk to Edward Chan the co-founder of Chan & Naylor Accountants & Wize Mentoring for accountants. Ed provides such great insight into growing your business through mergers and acquisitions that we made this a two-part series. In part one Joanna and Ed discuss ways to grow your business and touch on the four risk areas of buying a business.…
 
Welcome to the second part of legal and tax tips for accountants dealing with clients selling or acquiring a business with guest speaker Peter Bembrick. As mentioned in part one Peter is a tax partner of HLB Mann Judd and today we cover the intricacies in working out tax outcomes. We talk about the benefit of seeing advisors as part of a team and d…
 
Welcome to the first of a two-part series full of legal and tax tips for accountants dealing with clients selling or acquiring a business. Peter Bembrick, a tax partner at HLB Mann Judd Sydney has provided tax assistance to businesses and individuals since he joined HLB Mann Judd over 30 years ago, and became a Partner there in 2004. Sit back, rela…
 
In this episode we talk to Hunter Leonard, the founder of Silver & Wise an organisation helping mature individuals looking to buy their first business at 40 and beyond. Hunter is also the author of the best selling book Generation Experience. Over 40 and thinking about starting a business, then this episode is for you also for brokers who deal with…
 
In this episode we get legal and tax tips for accountants dealing with clients selling or acquiring a business from Peter Bembrick, a tax partner at HLB Mann Judd Sydney. Peter has provided tax assistance to businesses and individuals since he joined HLB Mann Judd over 30 years ago, and became a Partner there in 2004.We would usually cover the topi…
 
In this episode we talk to Allan McKeown, the founder and CEO of Prosperity Advisers Group who celebrate 30 years of business this year. Today we talk about secrets from the Inside - the top areas of insight from 30 years at the coalface. In this 1st half of a two-part series, our discussion will be all based on Allan’s 30 years of experience in de…
 
In today’s episode we talk to Michael Field, the Sydney-based partner in EvettField Partners about changing the focus of business to pave the way to increasing enterprise value, to lead to a more effective exit. We also talk about various disciplines involved in engaging all the stakeholders in a business and how to drive the whole organization tow…
 
In today’s episode we talk to Mark Vigors about his insights from sitting on the inside of an organisation involved in a merger, and in particular, the tricky issue of integration.Mark recounts his experience of being inside a financial services organization that had been acquired by a significantly larger offshore company who was expanding geograp…
 
The concept of financial modelling and its impact in business decisions is often neglected in business enterprises. In the final part of this two-part series, we continue our discussion with Lance Rubin and Mark Vigors of BGC Consultants and further investigate financial modelling and its application across different aspects of a business. We also …
 
In Part 1 of this two-part series, we discuss financial modelling for business insight and decision making with our guests Mark Vigors and Lance Rubin from BGC Consultants. We look at how financial modelling is used best in mergers and acquisitions and consider the opportunities for accounting professionals in the M&A space with an analytics perspe…
 
In today’s episode we talk with Matthew Grech, the owner and director of SME Business Sales about the art of developing deep client relationships. In particular, we discuss how developing these deep client relationships help you become a better broker or advisor. We all know that developing client relationships can take a large investment of time a…
 
Welcome to the final half of our two-part series. In this episode, we talk to the Executive Chairman of publicly-listed Yellow Brick Road, Chairman of SME Association of Australia and the host of the television shows The Apprentice and The Celebrity Apprentice on the Nine Network and The Mentor on the Seven Network – Mark Bouris. In this episode, w…
 
Today’s episode is part one of a two-part series where we are talking to Stephen Groves, who is a director at Quinn M & A, and who deals with mid-market transactions in sales, mergers & acquisition, and valuation advice. In this episode, we will drill into the topic of why everything other than price makes or breaks a deal. We’re sure you'll find t…
 
Today we are talking with Mark Bouris – the very well known Executive Chairman of publicly-listed Yellow Brick Road, who has himself been involved in a number of large business sales (and part sales). Mark is also the Chairman of SME Association of Australia and the host of the television show The Apprentice and The Celebrity Apprentice on the Nine…
 
In this episode, we talk with Mark Bouris – the very well known Executive Chairman of publicly-listed Yellow Brick Road, Chairman of SME Association of Australia – and of course, the host of the television show The Apprentice and The Celebrity Apprentice on the Nine Network and The Mentor on the Seven Network. Mark is a passionate advocate of SMEs …
 
As the quote goes “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much”. Today’s is dedicated to our accountants. Here's a quick overview of everything you need to know about the Accountant Advisors Community which is a joint initiative of Aspect Legal, National Australia Bank and HLB Mann Judd.By Joanna Oakey, Aspect Legal
 
Welcome to the final half of our two-part series with serial entrepreneur Sarah Riegelhuth of Grow My Team. Find out how her mistakes from multiple business exits changed the way she now approaches growing a business. She has great tips for businesses who are building for sale into the future.By Joanna Oakey, Aspect Legal
 
So, you've decided to sell your business. Now you must consider how to structure the sale in the most tax effective way. If you're not careful, you might end up with less than half of the purchase price in your pocket after all taxes are paid! Here are a few pro tips from Greg Will, the principal of the accounting practice Armstrong Dawson.…
 
There’s nothing like walking in the shoes of our clients, to make us better advisors. In this episode, Greg Will, the principal of the accounting practice Armstrong Dawson, talks about how his personal experience in acquiring a business gave him a different perspective in advising his clients in this area. And has ultimately made him a better advis…
 
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