Wendy Maloney and Paul Robson have both been appointed as directors, Moore Stephens announced today, with expertise in practice areas that include cash-flow management, taxation, and property finance.
“With a growing client base in Geelong and the surrounding region, we are delighted to welcome Wendy and Paul to the Moore Stephens team at this pivotal time. As respected practitioners, leaders and active members in the local business community, I am sure they will bring significant value to our practice and our clients’ businesses,” said Steve Sakkas, chief executive, Moore Stephens Victoria.
Ms Maloney began her career in mid-tier practices before relocating to Geelong, where she was a principal at a prominent local firm for 16 years.
She is a specialist in business advisory and taxation services, as well as a member of the governance committee of the Geelong Chamber of Commerce, and is treasurer of The Geelong Club.
“It’s an exciting time to be joining Moore Stephens as it grows its local presence into Geelong and Victoria’s west. Over the last twenty years Geelong has transformed into a vibrant business centre with a growing international reputation, and I am looking forward to working with our clients to realise the potential of their businesses in that dynamic environment,” she said.
Mr Robson specialises in providing outsourced chief financial officer services to a wide range of clients, including private business, not-for-profit and government organisations.
“The arrival of Moore Stephens in Geelong highlights the growing stature of Geelong and our region as a centre for business and industry. I am thrilled to be a part of the team establishing a Moore Stephens presence here, and I look forward to working with our clients to ensure they achieve their financial objectives,” he said.
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