If you have been done over by the banks you must attend this Royal Commission seminar

Townsville Seminar Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd of February 2018

 9.00am to 5.00pm

Grand Chancellor Hotel Townsville

For all Farmers, Rural Small Businesses and Home owners

Speakers Senator Fraser Anning, Don Bundesen, Leon Ashby (Chairman),

Andy McLaughlin, Stewart Jensen and one or two more speakers sharing their stories.

This Townsville Seminar is a follow up to the previous Seminar held on Wednesday the 13th of December 2017,

The above speakers want to support, and assist  farmers, small business owners & residential owners  with their complaints against  Banks, Lenders, Advisers, Solicitors, Valuers, Agents and Receivers to help prepare their submissions  and position paper  so they can be submitted  to the Banking Royal Commission.  

  • A print out of the Seminars notes will be available on the Friday.

 

Agenda

Thursday 1st Feb.  from 9 am onwards (appointments preferred)

 A workshop on how to prepare your submission (for those wanting to be walked through the process)

  • Getting your argument together in a minimal summary (1 – 4 pages)
  • copies of documents  to support your case –  which ones & why
  • Position paper – what it is & how to do it
  • What not to do
  • bookings , –  e-mail  Leon Ashby,  (advisor to Senator Fraser Anning) Leon.N.Ashby@aph.gov.au , 0435423636, or Andy McLaughlin Senior Rural Consultant & Mediator amcl3801@bigpond.net.au

 

Friday 2nd Feb,  9 am to 5 pm

 Senator Fraser Anning, Welcoming guests and speakers

 Opening address by the Chairman Leon Ashby

  • Craig Caulfield’s story
  • What has been learnt about banks so far
  • The outcome of the Senate Inquiry into Rural banking

Mr Don Bundesen:  lawyer options, opportunities with  the Royal Commission

Morning tea 20 minute break

 Senator Fraser Anning – government assistance and grants to keep you trading

 Andy McLaughlin negotiating with your bank

 Lunch 45 minutes

Stewart Jensen /credit liberation –  Legal avenues for dire situations

Andy McLaughlin and Leon Ashby – preparing your submission

  • Key points to get commission to understand your case easily
  • Understanding when and why a bank will not meet with you

Open forum and questions

 Afternoon tea 20 minutes

People who can help you – lawyers, consultants, advisors and others

Summary of day and final questions

 

It is important that farmers and small business people promote and attend this seminar and encourage those who have been affected by their banks actions come forward. All complaints will be restricted and kept confidential if necessary. Many guests and speakers will arrive on Wednesday the 31st 2018 if you wish to catch up before the seminar.    Please make a booking for accommodation at the Grand Chancellor hotel asap. Car Parks are allocated to booked rooms. We look forward to meeting you. We hope you will attend to learn what you can do to achieve the best possible results for you and your family.

   

Andy McLaughlin

Senior, Rural Consultant, Mediator and Seminar Organiser.

 

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