Campbell Gould re-joins Pitcher Partners as a partner in Sydney

18 October 2020 2 min. read
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Fifteen years after leaving the national professional services firm, Campbell Gould has re-joined Pitcher Partners. 

The new partner started his career back in 2000 with Pitcher Partners in its Tax advisory practice, based in Sydney. He then moved to counterpart Moore Stephens, where he spent four years, growing the ranks to become a senior advisor.

Over the last seven years Gould has been managing his own firm, Unity Advisers, building a solid book of clients, which range from building and construction companies and IT organisations through to more niche clients, such as Centennial Parklands and one of Australia's largest motorcycle rallies.

He advises clients on a broad range of taxation issues including business restructuring, capital gains tax, international tax issues, the taxation consequences of acquisitions and divestments, employee share schemes, management buyouts, tax risk management, superannuation, succession planning and estate planning.

Campbell Gould, Partner, Pitcher Partners

Having served both Pitcher Partners and Moore Stephens in Sydney – the two consultancies merged their Sydney offices in 2015 – Gould brings double alumni credentials back to his old home. Now appointed a partner in Pitcher Partners’ Private Business and Family Advisory service line, he has been tasked with leading the tax compliance, planning and advisory offerings to mid-market clients.

Commenting on his return to Australia’s Baker Tilly member firm, Gould said: “Pitcher Partners has the infrastructure to best support my clients and my personal growth aspirations.” 

He also pointed at the need to help middle-market businesses with navigating the current climate, with an integrated offering at the outset. “The middle-market has done it tough this year and it is more important than ever that we are here to assist our clients navigate unprecedented challenges, but also, new opportunities.” 

The appointment comes three months after Pitcher Partners added three partners to its Private Business and Family Advisory practice nationally; Chris Hanna (Adelaide), Peter Lawrence (Newcastle) and Jake Berger (Sydney).

John Brazzale, the National Chairman of Pitcher Partners, said he is delighted with the joining of Gould. Traditionally, the accounting and consulting firm only holds one partner intake per year, the latest of which saw six partners join the partnership. “However, an exception was made for Campbell.”