Moore Stephens NSW has announced it is opening a practice in Sydney’s financial district, while maintaining its Burwood office in Sydney’s inner west.
As part of the expansion the mid-tier has added to its NSW leadership team, bolstering divisions such as taxation, general accounting, auditing, financial planning and business advisory services.
Moore Stephens NSW director Jon McArthur joins from Stature Financial Group where, as principal, he was responsible for group operations.
“Jon is an experienced chief financial officer and company secretary of a number of ASX-listed companies, and has more than 25 years’ service as a fully qualified practising chartered accountant,” said Moore Stephens.
Moore Stephens NSW head of corporate advisory Dan Cotton joins from another mid-tier firm where he was lead partner, corporate finance.
“Dan has 25 years of corporate finance experience in Australia and the United Kingdom, including senior roles with PwC and Goldman Sachs JBWere Investment Banking,” said Moore Stephens.
Moore Stephens NSW head of tax Tim Elliott joins as a corporate tax specialist with approximately 25 years as a fully qualified chartered tax adviser and chartered accountant.
“Tim has over 20 years of experience in tax accounting and has held a variety of notable positions in the past, including a chairman role for a committee at the Tax Institute of Australia,” said Moore Stephens.
Peter Antonius, chief executive officer, Moore Stephens Australia, welcomed the strategic hires and CBD expansion.
“The expansion of our NSW presence, with a new CBD location and three such respected senior hires, puts Moore Stephens firmly back in the heart of Sydney’s thriving business community,” Mr Antonius said.
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