voidable recovery investigations

SV Voidables specialises in identifying and recovering voidable transactions, by using forensic accounting techniques to identify and trace transactions that may be in breach of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) or Bankruptcy Act 1966 (Cth).

Acting for many Liquidators and Bankruptcy Trustees nationally, both within and external to SV Partners, we carry out small and large scale investigations across a broad spectrum of industries, availability of evidence and quantum of claims.

Our investigation techniques include:

  • Verifying and reviewing information
  • Conducting public information searches
  • Reviewing bank statements and conducting an analysis and investigation into the company’s financial statements and reports (for the current and prior years)
  • Analyse available data and make critical distinctions to formulate our recommendations

We work with Liquidators and creditors to put together investigative or due diligence reports, which provide recommendations or opinions on the identification and likely recoverability of potential voidable transaction claims. 

For more information on how our Voidables team can assist you, please visit our case studies section to view our Voidables experience.

 

Contact our Voidables team

If you have any questions relating to our Voidables services, please contact one of our expert advisors.

 

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