The Government announced new measures designed to protect those who choose to continue trading through the Covid-19 crisis. We examine the upcoming changes.
Third Business Intelligence Series breakfast workshop of 2019. While cash is in retreat in New Zealand, it is still in a strong position in other countries. Nonetheless, digital currencies continue to evolve and gain ground.
VALUABLE ADVICE from Workshop 3 | Climate Change: What are the Opportunities and Challenges for Business in the Coming Decade?
Our final Business Intelligence Series breakfast workshop of 2018 highlighted that accelerated climate change is tied to commercial and industrial activity that paid little or no attention to its environmental impacts, and that society, investors, stakeholders and younger generations are paying more attention to businesses’ environmental performance and their ethical dimension.
Jennifer Tunna, Principal at Lowndes, discusses the Government’s discussion paper which proposes a new regime for unravelling Ponzi-scheme-specific arm to New Zealand’s statutory insolvency regime.
Valuable Advice from Workshop 5 | Growth Companies: Capturing the Synergies between Entrepreneurs and Smart Capital
Smart capital is the lifeblood of many early stage companies. But equally important are the ideas, commitment and passion of the entrepreneurs behind them.
Valuable Advice from Workshop 4 | What Would a Property Market Correction Mean for Business and the Wider Economy?
Media reports on the Auckland property pricing boom have focused mostly on its effect on owners and prospective first-time buyers. That makes sense, of course – property is an intensely personal business.
We’re pleased to announce the promotion of four Lowndes team members to Principal and Senior Solicitor roles—a reflection of the dedication and expertise they bring to the firm.
Lowndes consultant, Mike Whale, joined other industry experts to present on new professional standards at this month’s 15th annual Corporate Insolvency and Restructuring Conference.
We’re delighted that Lowndes is once again ranked as a highly recommended firm in the leading law firm directory, Chambers and Partners Asia Pacific 2016.
The directory recognised our expertise in Corporate/Commercial law, Restructuring/Insolvency and Shipping, where we were given the highest ranking (Band 1).
Lowndes has recruited Jennifer Tunna as a Senior Associate in our Banking and Finance team. Jennifer is a specialist in insolvency and restructuring law and previously spent 7 years with Chapman Tripp. Prior to that, she worked in in London at (now) Dentons. Jennifer was admitted to the bar in August 2003.