Chairman & Partner – Audit
Greg is a dedicated, motivating and hard working representative of our firm. He has an array of professional involvement in numerous organisations which has grown his communication and technical skills immeasurably. Greg’s endless drive inspires all of our staff to continue their successes and achieve greatness for their clients, fellow staff and our firm as a whole.
Greg started his journey at Accru Melbourne as an undergraduate and has dedicated his working life here ever since. Becoming a Partner in 1998, he strengthens and challenges our firm to become the best it can be. Greg has diverse specialised experience in audit and assurance, business and financial management. He has superior knowledge in the not-for-profit sector, dealing with health and welfare, aged care, education, community housing and sport. He has clients in both public and private companies based in Australia and overseas, large proprietary companies, incorporated associations, trusts and other reporting entities.
Best describes Greg: “Driven, focused and agile.”
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200
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