CCF Online Masterclass: Business Survival (Life After Stimulus) - Encore Session

REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED Due to popular demand, CCF will be hosting an ENCORE SESSION of this recently delivered Online Masterclass. In support of our advocacy and representation work for and on behalf of CCF Members, CCF Victoria will be conducting a series of online webinars, addressing topics and issues most critical to the civil construction industry. Join us for this Online Masterclass which will focus on strategies for contractor businesses to assist financial sustainability post the current government stimulus programs.

Attendance is FREE for CCF Victoria Members!

Hosted by John Kilgour, CEO CCF Victoria, this webinar welcomes Guest Presenters; Adrian Misiano and Alan Khoury of Matthews Steer (Accountants & Advisors), and Roland Burt of Keypoint Law.

Topics covered will include;

  • Government Stimulus Programs
    – Jobkeeper payments
    – Alternate tests
  • Planning for the future
    – When the deferrals and hand-outs are over
    – Government Grants
    – Asset Protection
  • Security of Payments

This is your opportunity to hear from recognised subject matter experts, who will also address key questions raised in the masterclass.

This Online Masterclass is highly relevant to business owners, managers and employers.

We look forward to you joining us online!


Guest Speakers:


Adrian Misiano – Matthews Steer (Accountants & Advisors), Partner/Director

Partner and director at Matthews Steer Adrian heads up our transport, caravan and property divisions.

Adrian is passionate about assisting our clients with strategic planning, asset protection, and tax structuring, and providing financial and business analysis to assist in wealth generation for business owners. He is a skilled coach and mentor, has a track record for resolving tax issues and overseeing structuring transactions and is an accomplished presenter at various industry body conferences.  Adrian is also an Accredited Specialist Advisor with the FBA (Family Business Australia).

Adrian completed his Masters of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Swinburne Hawthorn in 2016 and comes with a solution focus.

Adrian assists businesses to adopt lean processes and differentiate themselves from competitors. His ability to simplify the complications of business and provide concise, accessible, effective advice to make a difference, has built him a solid reputation with our clients.


Alan Khoury – Matthews Steer, Senior Accountant

Alan Khoury is a member of Matthews Steer’s tax and business advisory division. Alan acts for clients across a range of industries from manufacturing, hospitality, property and various others.

Having previously worked as a management accountant, Alan likes to really get inside your business and provide avenues to help you grow and ultimately achieve your goals. Alan’s core strengths include budgeting, forecasting and reporting which Alan will use to provide clients with insights into their own business that they may not already be aware of. Alan works with clients to implement controls and practices that help drive efficiencies; skills he acquired across his time in public practice and in industry. Alan prides himself in gaining a clear understanding of client needs and proactively managing and delivering to their expectations.

Alan joined the team at Matthews Steer in 2016. A graduate of La Trobe University in 2012, Alan has since gained a qualification as a Chartered Accountant in 2015.


Roland Burt – Keypoint Law, Consulting Principle

Roland has 30 years’ experience as a construction and commercial litigation lawyer.   Over his career Roland has acted in disputes and litigation across industry in Australia, and in recent years has focussed on property and construction.  An area of special interest is civil construction. 

Roland is an active member of the Civil Contractors Federation and advises and represents civil contractors, civil engineers and other parties in contract, disputes and insurance matters. Roland regularly presents to industry on current legal issues. 

Roland’s construction law practice includes:

  • Contract disputes
  • Claims under Security of Payment legislation, including adjudications
  • Delay/prolongation/liquidated damages
  • Insurance claims
  • Professional negligence
  • Preparing and negotiating tailored standard form construction contracts


  • Accredited as a specialist in commercial litigation by the Law Institute of Victoria


  • Law Institute of Victoria
  • Civil Contractors Federation

Note: CCF Victoria will continue to host the series of webinars on topics most relevant to our industry over the coming months.