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“The best outcomes rely on both detailed analysis and a clear commercial mindset.”
Leveraging his financial consulting background, Grant is widely respected for his corporate finance and advisory nous, notably in valuation, restructuring and as an expert witness.
Grant’s sharp analysis coupled with keen commercial acumen has resulted in him regularly being called upon for expert witness testimony in mediation or in Court on a broad range of matters, in particular dispute resolution.
Over 20 years, Grant has written numerous Independent Advisors’ reports for listed company activity subject to NZX listing rules and the New Zealand Takeovers’ Code. In the process, he has gained an enviable reputation for the quality of these reports, his clear and concise communication style, and pragmatic advice.
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KordaMentha partners, Grant Graham and Neale Jackson, have been appointed Voluntary Administrators by the Board of menswear clothing retailer, Meccano 2016 Limited, trading as Meccano.
Wynard Group (NZX: WYN) was today placed into voluntary administration (VA), along with its trading subsidiary Wynard NZ.
KordaMentha partner Grant Graham, recently-appointed receiver of Christchurch-based building company Stonewood Homes Ltd and Stonewood New Zealand Ltd is hopeful that the business and assets may be sold as a going concern.
Grant Graham and Neale Jackson of KordaMentha have been appointed as receivers to Stonewood Homes New Zealand Limited, and sister companies Stonewood Homes Limited and Sterling Homes Limited.