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Rapsey Griffiths is a modern insolvency advisory firm and services clients Australia wide. As a modern and progressive insolvency and advisory firm, we develop strategies to help companies and individuals recover from financial distress. While we always look for a turnaround solution, if that option isn’t available we will act positively and create strategies to mitigate losses to all stakeholders. Our partners are both Chartered Accountants, Registered Liquidators and Registered Trustees. Our focus is on the ‘solve’ in insolvency.

Corporate Insolvency

Rapsey Griffiths Insolvency and Advisory provide Corporate Insolvency advice to businesses experiencing financial difficulty in Australia.

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Personal Insolvency

Personal financial hardship can be a result of a number of factors including a sole trader business underperforming, loss of employment, divorce and ill health among other potential factors.
The team at Rapsey Griffiths understand the emotional turmoil this financial difficulty causes individuals.

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Advisory Services

The Partners of Rapsey Griffiths have extensive experience in providing advice to financiers in relation to loans management.
Given we are regionally based we understand our local market and can implement strategies that take into account factors that exist in each regional area we service whilst developing robust solutions for lenders.

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Chad Rapsey

Chad Rapsey

Prior to establishing Rapsey Griffiths Insolvency & Advisory, Chad spent more than a decade with two large insolvency firms providing clients with reconstruction and turnaround advice, corporate insolvency and personal bankruptcy advice.

He has experience across a large range of industries, including engineering, manufacturing, retail, property development, hospitality and mining services.

Chad’s focus is building long-term relationships with his referring client base and delivering the best possible result for all stakeholders in the relevant administrations under his control.

Mitch Griffiths

Mitch Griffiths

Mitch has wide ranging experience across all types of Corporate and Personal Insolvency, providing strategic advice to financiers dealing with problem loans.

Prior to establishing Rapsey Griffiths, Mitch spent time working with national insolvency firms in both Newcastle and Sydney gaining experience across a large range of industries including building and construction, manufacturing, mining, hospitality, tourism and retail.

Mitch’s focus is to provide clear and concise commercial advice to solve the difficult situations that both directors and lenders can experience.

INDIVIDUALS ENTERING PERSONAL INSOLVENCY IN 2013 – 2014

COMPANIES ENTERING INSOLVENCY IN 2013 – 2014

CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES ENTERING INSOLVENCY IN 2013 – 2014

AVERAGE INTEREST PER YEAR PAID BY CREDIT CARD HOLDERS IF THE INTEREST RATE IS BETWEEN 15% – 20%

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