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Governance, conduct and culture
Organisational change and transformation
Public sector advisory
Forensic accounting and disputes
Forensic technology, cyber and eDiscovery
Fraud, corruption and investigations
Real estate funds management
Real estate investment
Private equity and special situations investment
Holder of an AFSL
Real estate advisory
Project sales and management
Turnaround and restructuring
Independent business reviews
Receiverships, administrations and liquidations
Independent business reviews. Cash flow monitoring and forecasting. Restructurings, receiverships, administrations and liquidations. We explore all avenues for clients to protect or recover value.
We work with companies in financial distress. Urgently restructuring and stabilising the business to protect not only monetary value but also the value of the company’s good name.
Proserpine’s biggest employer went into voluntary administration and needed an urgent sale. We had five weeks to save people’s jobs, as well as protect and recover full value for secured and unsecured creditors.
In a state where forestry has been a key economic driver and political battleground for many decades, our appointment over Gunns proved to be a turning point for the Tasmanian plantation industry.
Price cutting. Losing money. Failing to grow. Atlantic salmon producer Tassal was swimming as hard as it could against the tide.
We are proud to share that our KordaMentha New Zealand team of five climbed 51 floors up the Sky Tower on Friday to help raise money for Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand.
We are excited to announce that our Melbourne office will be relocating to the iconic Rialto on Monday, 21 August 2017.
We are proud to share that KordaMentha has been announced as a Silver Winner in the 2017 Melbourne Design Awards within the ‘Digital – Business Operations’ category for our new website.
ABC's Radio National explores the recent sale of Arrium's Whyalla steelworks and what has been described as the most complex administration process in Australian history.