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Mid-tier appointment to expand business advisory offering


A leading mid-tier firm has bolstered its leadership team to focus on driving growth across key sectors and attracting new clients to the business.

Promoted by Mitchell Turner 3 minute read

Jannie van Deventer has now joined the Bentleys NSW team as a director, after working in a big four firm in South Africa. Mr van Deventer has also worked within the private sector on an international scale.

According to Bentleys, Mr van Deventer’s appointment aligns with the firm's strategy to broaden and strengthen capabilities and new services, in order to offer clients more business advisory and management solutions.

“We are delighted that Jannie has joined our firm. He complements the existing team; his skills and expertise add additional depth and experience that will be an asset to our clients,” said Nigel Banks, chairman of Bentleys NSW.

“We are constantly evolving and broadening our service offering to ensure we provide the best solutions and advice to our clients. Jannie joins us with an impressive track record and he will play an important part in our ambitious plans for the future as we look to grow our services and deepen our connections in industries such as information technology, wholesale trade and radio communications,” Mr Banks added.

“This is a great opportunity for me and my team at Bentleys NSW,” said Mr van Deventer.

“Bentleys have a great reputation and are considered one of the leaders in servicing the small to medium enterprise market. The small to medium sector is such an important part of the Australian economy, contributing over 90 per cent of Australian GDP. It will be great to connect with existing and new clients and provide them with advisory services to help grow their business,” he said.

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