Early bird booking now open
Join us on 9-10 August 2017 for a packed two-day National Conference at the Sofitel Melbourne on Collins.
ARITA's National Conference is the premier professional development event that brings together the who’s who of Australia’s restructuring, insolvency and turnaround profession.
The two-day conference program will cover a wide range of timely and important topics, with highly relevant keynotes and panel discussions. Headline speakers confirmed:
- KEYNOTE: The Hon Justice Ashley Black, Supreme Court of New South Wales will share his thoughts on developments in insolvency
- Leading Non-Executive Director Diane Smith-Gander will explore the role of NEDs in guiding turnarounds and approaching financial distress
- Carl Gunther, Partner, KPMG will introduce a new default indicator for Australian listed companies
The full program will be available soon.
The Conference will kick off with our Welcome Reception on Tuesday 8 August at the stunning Garden State Hotel, around the corner from the conference venue. The popular networking Dinner will take place following Day 1 of the Conference, on Wednesday 9 August, at the iconic waterside venue, Peninsula at Docklands.
Our National Conference 2017 venues
Rates to attend
The conference fee includes Conference & Dinner attendance, plus a ticket to the Welcome Reception on Tuesday 8 August.
|| Early bird rates
(until 9 June 2017)
| Regular rates
(from 10 June 2017)
| Table of 10*
| Guest - dinner
| Guest - Welcome Reception
*Please note the table rate is for 9 guests - the 10th place has been paid with the default Conference & Dinner ticket.
Please note: travel and accommodation are not included.
Venue, travel & accommodation
Our National Conference 2017 will take place at the 5-star Sofitel Melbourne on Collins.
Sofitel Melbourne on Collins
25 Collins St, Melbourne
T +61 3 9653 0000
Our popular Conference Dinner (Wednesday 9 August) takes place at the waterfront location Peninsula (Shed 14 - Central Pier), Docklands.
Inspired by London’s Tate Modern Museum, the space features 9 metre high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, and the longest chandelier in the Southern Hemisphere.
Guests will enjoy pre-dinner drinks from the outdoor deck area followed by a sit-down three course dinner in the magnificent atmosphere of this iconic harbourside venue.
Our networking Welcome Reception (Tuesday 8 August) takes place in the stunning Rose Garden at the Garden State Hotel on Flinders St, just around the corner from the conference venue.
Catch up with colleagues and meet new industry contacts informally before the conference kicks off, with drinks and canapés served throughout.
ARITA delegates are able to enjoy reduced rates of $260 per night (incl. GST) at the conference venue, the 5-star Sofitel Melbourne on Collins for 8-9 August.
The rate is for a Classic room with city views (King or Twin) with discounted breakfast rates on offer of $25 per person (reduced from $45) - to be requested on arrival at check in, not online.
For guests wanting to extend their stay beyond the conference dates, the rate is subject to availability.
Guests who wish to upgrade their room should contact Reservations directly quoting ARITA to book.
Book your accommodation
The Sofitel is only 35 minutes' drive from the airport. It is around the corner from Parliament Station and only 10 minutes' walk from Flinders St. Station. There are plenty of transport options including buses, trains and the free CBD tram: View transport information
If you are flying into Melbourne, contact Flight Centre Business Travel for the best available deals - mentioning that you are attending the ARITA National Conference: Aleece Longbottom: T +61 2 8669 9200.