In his time at Cor Cordis to date, Glenn has enjoyed working on a wide carriage of matters, including the collapse of a multimillion-dollar investment scheme, the restructuring of a national retailer with thirty (30) stores and the sale of a confectionary manufacturer, which allowed the majority of its large workforce to remain employed.
Glenn specialises in corporate advisory matters and has been practising for over fifteen years. Glenn believes that the advice he provides to stakeholders, be it directors, creditors, employees, or other professionals in his network, should be clear, concise and honest.
• Bachelor of Commerce
• Graduate Diploma (ICAA)
• Insolvency Education Program (ARITA)
• Registered Liquidator
• Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
• Registered Liquidator
• Professional Member, Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association (‘ARITA’)
A key client of a multinational beverage business operated out of North America.
The business was a start-up that developed a product to enhance the fan experience in a variety of professional sporting codes, notably the NHL.
As common with numerous start-up enterprises, the company had encountered difficulties with sourcing adequate capital and accordingly sought my assistance to come up with a solution that satisfied all stakeholders (i.e. restructure the business whilst ensuring continuing service to customers).
I effectuated a sale that involved no interruption to its business activities in conjunction with a successful deed of company arrangement, hence avoiding the need to liquidate and ensuring the start-up was best placed to reach its potential.
An iconic men’s national retailing chain with a large retail presence and staff numbers.
Intrinsically involved in the restructuring project that was implemented in conjunction with the shareholders.
In conjunction with a deed of company arrangement, I was able to effectuate a sale of the business and assets, thereby preserving value for all stakeholders (i.e. employees, creditors and shareholders).
Historical Melbourne-based manufacturer of confectionary that had encountered difficulties with profitability and sourcing adequate capital.
Intrinsically involved in the restructuring project that was implemented in conjunction with secured creditors.
Was able to successfully continue trading with no interruption to customers whilst overseeing a sales campaign, resulting in a sale as a going concern.
The business had a large union-aligned employee base, with the majority of the same transferred to the purchaser.
I utilised investigational skills to identify several potential offences committed by company officers and related parties.
Funded by ASIC to investigate further and report back to same with my findings.
Tasks involved analysis of detailed and complex transactions designed to prima facie cause detriment to secured creditors, investors and customers. Some matters have received considerable media attention