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McGrathNicol appoints Five New Partners to Meet Growing Demand
Fri, 7th Jul 2023

McGrathNicol, the renowned Specialist Advisory and Restructuring firm, has recently expanded its leadership by appointing five new partners, taking the total number of partners to 53. The announcement was made on 1st July 2023.

The new partners include Imran Pasha in Canberra, Nathan Baird in Sydney, and Brendan Payne in Perth, who have been promoted within the Advisory business. In addition, Damien Pasfield from Sydney has been elevated within the Restructuring team. McGrathNicol has also enlisted the expertise of Tony Barnes, a seasoned cybersecurity professional with over 25 years of experience, who will be based in the Brisbane office.

In light of the appointments, McGrathNicol Chairman Jason Preston says, “From cyber threats and new compliance regulations, to working capital management and restructuring solutions, our clients are operating in the most complex business environment we’ve seen in decades. The appointment of five specialist Partners reflects these conditions and the growing demand nationally for our expert advice to help clients navigate these challenges.”

Preston further emphasized the importance of McGrathNicol's role in aiding businesses of all sizes to function effectively, manage risks, and attain stability and growth. He remarks, “Our firm helps businesses, large and small, to operate effectively, manage risk, and achieve stability and growth. We are proud to welcome Tony, Imran, Nathan, Brendan and Damien to our Partner ranks and look forward to the positive contribution they will make for our teams, our clients and the broader community under their leadership.”

The addition of these accomplished professionals signals McGrathNicol’s commitment to bolstering its capabilities in advisory and restructuring services, as businesses face an increasingly complex landscape. This is likely to enhance the firm's ability to serve its clients more effectively.