Personal Property Securities Register

Personal Property Securities Register

PPSR and Trade Credit Insurance. Here’s what to know

When it comes to protecting your business from bad debt, where do you turn: trade credit insurance or the PPSR?

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How to Win Back Lost Assets from a Position of Power

When a customer goes out of business before you’ve been paid, there’s one important way to protect yourself: the PPSR. This court case shows how registering your security interests on the PPSR will give you a seat at the negotiating table and a real chance to recover goods or money owed. 

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How to beat the odds and get your PPS registration right

The odds are stacked against you when it comes to successfully registering on the PPSR. It’s just so easy to make a small mistake, which could limit or invalidate your security interest.

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5 Powerful Reasons to Register Your Small Customers on the PPSR

Too often businesses worry about the cost of registering on the PPSR while ignoring the cost of not registering. Some decide that the best way to control their costs is to register only their more significant customers – those with a high credit limit or actual exposure. It’s true you’ll pay less in registration fees by not registering all your customers, but it’s a false economy. Here we’ll show you why.

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Homewares Company Finds Out It Can Recover $500,000 With Just One PPS Registration

A homewares company became worried about the financial stability of one of its customers and decided to use the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) as a way to protect their unpaid for goods should their customer collapse. To make sure they got the registration right, they asked EDX to do it for them.

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The Implications of Registering Late on the PPSR

What could be more frustrating than registering a security interest on the PPSR only to find out that you’ve still lost out? That’s what happened to equipment leasing company Doka Formwork Pty Ltd. They lost around $1 million simply because they registered too late. Find out what happened and how your business can avoid the same fate.

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