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Simon Hilton
Partner – Business Advisory Services

Simon has a vibrant presence and a strong vision for the future. He is dedicated to our clients, their businesses and their families. His vision extends far beyond providing business and financial advice – Simon ensures his clients dreams come true and his staff reach their full abilities. He believes in nurturing every part of the relationship with his clients and colleagues, which in turn makes him a trusted advisor and teacher. Being the ideal mentor for our younger staff and helping develop their aspirations into reality, Simon really thrives through the success of those surrounding him.

Starting at Accru Melbourne as a graduate in 1993, Simon became a Partner 10 years later and leads our Business Advisory Services division. He has developed a broad range of skills over this journey, combining his commercial and business acumen with his highly developed technical taxation and accounting expertise.

Best describes Simon: “Passionately driven to achieve great success in all aspects of his life.”

Simon Hilton
Contact: shilton@accrumelb.com.au
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200

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