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KordaMentha is an advisory and investment firm that has a range of services to help clients grow, protect and recover value.


We help clients protect and recover value through proactive cyber risk identification and management, and rapid and effective action in response to a breach.

  • Cyber governance and risk assessments 
  • Cyber strategy and advisory
  • Incident response and digital forensics
  • Cyber litigation support
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Financial Crime

KordaMentha Financial Crime assists clients with risk management, compliance reviews and investigations into alleged violations of AML/CTF legislation and sanctions breaches.

  • Financial crime consulting
  • Investigations
  • Compliance counsel
  • AML Ops
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KordaMentha Forensic uncover, analyse and clarify facts at the centre of disputes, frauds and other sensitive commercial matters.

  • Forensic accounting disputes
  • Data analytics
  • Digital Forensic, cyber and eDiscovery
  • Fraud, corruption and investigations
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Performance Improvement

Our Performance Improvement team provides advisory and accelerated implementation services to public and private sector clients across the following categories.

  • Rapid cost out and control
  • Revenue protection and growth
  • People and organisation redesign
  • Complex commercial and project support
  • Interim and crisis management
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Real Estate

KordaMentha Real Estate assists clients to grow, protect and recover value in their real estate portfolios.

  • Real estate advisory
  • Asset management
  • Transaction management
  • Real estate funds management
  • Development management
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KordaMentha Restructuring works with organisations in financial distress to restructure and to stabilise the business or to recover value on behalf of stakeholders.

  • Turnaround and restructuring
  • Independent business reviews
  • Receiverships, administrations and liquidations
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Latest insights


Cyber risk: The human element

16 March 2023

The human element has long ranked among the highest threats to cybersecurity. Operational vulnerabilities are increasingly exposing organisations to the dangers of employee-driven data breaches. Beyond shoring up IT system defences, Brendan Read discusses the intensifying importance of managing insider risk.


KordaMentha responds to Treasury’s crypto token mapping consultation

14 March 2023

Treasury recently released its crypto token mapping consultation paper. Amid widespread calls for regulation and licensing around digital assets, it is the first step in a considered approach to the reform. Crypto specialist, Paul Hewson, and fellow industry leaders, Caroline Bowler (CEO, BTC Markets) and Michael Bacina (Partner, Piper Alderman) noted the imperative for attempts at regulation to coincide with a comprehensive understanding of the crypto technology itself.

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KordaMentha expands Real Estate team

9 March 2023

KordaMentha is pleased to announce the appointment of three new specialists to the firm’s Real Estate practice, allowing the team to service the ever-increasing client and investor demands across Australia.


The evolution of ‘privacy’ in a digital world

8 March 2023

In an increasingly interconnected and digital world where data often traverses jurisdictional borders, it has never been more important for cybersecurity professionals to understand what privacy means in the regions and political systems they work across. In this article, Tony Vizza discusses the fluid nature of privacy beliefs, laws and systems globally and how a thorough understanding of these in context is critical to successful cybersecurity design and implementation.


Integrity Matters

6 March 2023

Fraud and corruption are key integrity-related risks, requiring organisations to adopt a coordinated, systematic approach. In this article, Anya Gielen and Cameron Anderson discuss common blind spots leaving organisations open to integrity breaches and best practice measures to effectively address these risks.


‘New normal’? Not just yet for Australia’s universities

1 March 2023

Australian universities continue to face an uncertain financial future. Despite recent cost reduction programs, higher education providers are still grappling with changes to both international and domestic student numbers, hybrid learning models and legacy cost structures. In this article, Henriette Rothschild and Sam Bishop discuss the changing face of higher education and the practical strategies Australian universities must consider to survive.

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Central Adelaide Health Network

KordaMentha was engaged to undertake a diagnostic review of South Australia’s largest public healthcare network, CALHN, a circa $2 billion organisation with five main hospitals.

Central Adelaide Health Network

The review uncovered a broken organisation facing systemic financial, operational and cultural issues. Forecasts indicated the funded position would be exceeded by $274 million.

In response, KordaMentha developed a three-year Organisational and Financial Recovery Plan and were engaged as Administrators to implement the Plan. The Plan was designed to reposition CALHN as a modern, high-functioning network, delivering sustainable care for the community.

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Network Ten

Network Ten took steps to restructure the business and improve profitability. Ten’s inability to finalise restructured content agreements led to KordaMentha’s appointment as Voluntary Administrators.

Central Adelaide Health Network

KordaMentha took operational control of Network Ten and restructured the working capital profile of the business, which improved working capital funding by circa $40 million over the forecast period. KordaMentha went on to conduct a sale/recapitalisation process resulting in a successful transaction with the US Studio, CBS.

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Charity Partners

Chain Reaction Challenge Foundation

KordaMentha is a major partner of the Chain Reaction Challenge Foundation, supporting the ultimate corporate bike challenge since 2007.

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