Mid-tier snares big four, rival firm execs

Mid-tier snares big four, rival firm execs

Australia

BDO has picked up an economics expert in a high-profile division at a big four firm as well as a director from a rival national firm. 

Mark Ingham officially joined the BDO Brisbane corporate finance team today, leaving his role as partner at Deloitte Access Economics behind.

Mr Ingham has over 35 years’ experience, developing specialities in project feasibility and business cases, project finance, contract management, infrastructure regulation and pricing and general economic advisory services.

He has previously worked in infrastructure advisory for federal, state and foreign governments, and has also advised government-owned and private companies.

“Mark’s appointment will help BDO to meet growing demand for economics advice, predominately in infrastructure advisory and the public sector,” said Tony Schiffmann, BDO Brisbane office managing partner.

“Mark will also engage with clients in the broader private sector, particularly those in the property and retail sectors for market and pricing strategy advice. We’re delighted that Mark will be joining the BDO corporate finance team.”

Further, Daniel Coote will join BDO's Sydney office on June 14.

He was most recently was director, corporate advisory, at William Buck.

Mr Coote specialises in mid-market private and public corporate transactions, including due diligence and the execution of business acquisitions or divestments, business valuations, independent expert reports, capital raisings and Independent Accountant's Reports and financial modelling.

He has worked in industries which include natural resources; financial services; healthcare; software and technology and outsourcing.

Mid-tier snares big four, rival firm execs
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