McGrathNicol promotes ten members to senior manager level

21 December 2021 2 min. read
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Specialist Australian restructuring and advisory firm McGrathNicol has made a raft of promotions across its national offices, including ten professionals elevated to senior manager level effective from the beginning of next year.

Thomas Bui has been promoted to senior manager in Sydney after three years in the Dispute Advisory Services and Investigations division of McGrathNicol, before which he was a financial analyst for KPMG and an assistant financial accountant at Oliver Wyman parent Marsh & McLennan.

Also promoted to senior manager in Brisbane, Bronwenn Durand came to McGrathNicol as a forensics accountant toward the end of 2017 following earlier auditing stints at Moore Stephens and StewartBrown. She did her accountant traineeship with RSM.

McGrathNicol promotes ten members to senior manager level

Angus Boyd joined McGrathNicol as a forensics manager in Brisbane at the end of last year after a decade spent between Deloitte and boutique accountancy Pilot Partners.

Dan Previtera is a member of the McGrathNicol’s data analytics team in Sydney, his previous promotion to manager coming mid-last year after joining the firm in 2019 from Bravure Group, where he served as a business performance analyst.

Hassan Nasir becomes a senior manager in Forensic, Governance, Risk & Compliance in Canberra after two years and nine months with the firm. Previously, he was a team lead for financial advice remediation at Deloitte.

After close to six years with Ernst & Young, including a secondment to New York, Jeremy Cohen McGrathNicol at the beginning of last year, and is now promoted to senior manager in the firm’s restructuring division in Melbourne.

James Clark has been with McGrathNicol for almost eight years, first joining the firm in Perth following the completion of a Bachelor of Commerce in accounting and finance with Curtin University in 2013.

Andrew Connelly joins the senior management of McGrathNicol’s forensics team in Sydney after crossing to the firm from KPMG in the middle of last year. Originally a member of the NSW Police Force, Connelly also spent time with Pitcher Partners after leaving law enforcement.

Jason Garcia is a forensics professional specialising in financial crime, corporate corruption and risk advisory. Before joining McGrathNicol in Sydney in 2018, he spent eight and a half years with Restructuring & Turnaround advisory Cor Cordis

Chris Djamaludin has also been promoted to senior manager in Brisbane.

Meanwhile, McGrathNicol also promoted nine company members to manager, and five to assistant manager, among others. The firm operates with six offices across Australia & New Zealand (Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Auckland) and is led by a 50-strong partnership.