Finance leaders and managers in construction and related industries have had a challenging year, navigating their companies through volatile market conditions, while managing increasing compliance requirements.
In this 45-minute session, we sit down and chat with the experts about all things finance, risk and compliance.
This webinar caters to the Building, Construction and Engineering industries:
- Business decision makers
- Finance, commercial, contract, risk leaders
Hosted by Felix Chief Financial Officer James Frayne with guest speakers from various organisations, this panel discussion will touch on topics such as:
Sian’s real estate and construction expertise draws on over twenty years’ experience in taxation, accounting and general business consulting. Advising clients from the start-up and growth phases of business through to those looking to realise their wealth via exit strategies, her input is focused and practical with real insight into the issues impacting businesses in the industry.
With experience managing tax risk for large groups, including advising on significant transactions and group consolidations, Sian oversees the compliance and planning needs of Australian and international business groups.
After beginning her career in Brisbane, Sian joined Grant Thornton in 2001 and has worked in our Brisbane, Melbourne and USA firms. She was appointed a Tax Partner in 2007 and heads up the National Real Estate and Construction group for Grant Thornton.
Sian has extensive experience with businesses in the property development and construction industries and advises a number of key industry participants on tax matters.
Kristy has over 20 years' experience in leasing, development, and construction law, backed up by construction and real estate disputes expertise.
Kristy advises property investors, fund managers, asset and property managers, developers, and financiers on all facets of real estate investment, development, and property management, including joint venture arrangements, development management agreements, fund through arrangements, construction contracts, tripartite agreements and property redevelopment projects, including tenant management, relocation and dispute resolution. She regularly advises on enforcement of leases, construction contracts and other real estate contracts.
Recognised in Best Lawyers in Australia for Real Property Law, Kristy chairs the Property Council of Australia subcommittee for the review of developers in Queensland and is a member of the Queensland Law Society Construction & Infrastructure Law Committee and the Australian Restructuring Insolvency Turnaround Association.