CASE STUDY: Elderton Winery

Assisting with growth challenges

Elderton Wines in the Barossa Valley is a second generation family-owned business. Cameron Ashmead and his brother run the business together. For a number of years, HLB Mann Judd has assisted the dynamic business with the challenges associated with rapid growth. Watch our video to learn more.

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CASE STUDY: Golden Mile Resources

Assembling a strong team is crucial for successful IPO

HLB Mann Judd acted as the Investigating Accountant for Golden Mile Resources (ASX:G88). The company went public in June 2017. G88’s CEO, Tim Putt, explains why IPO remains an attractive long-term option for resources companies and the importance of assembling the right team to help get you there.

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Assembling a strong team is crucial for successful IPO


Keeping an open line of communication

Sean Dallimore from NAB Health talks about his relationship with HLB Mann Judd in Brisbane. He keeps and open line of communication with the partners to ensure they are all working together for the client. Transparency and collaboration are two reasons why HLB Mann Judd is awarded year-after-year for its client service.

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A relationship spanning more than a decade

The former CEO of the Heart Foundation shares his experiences working with HLB Mann Judd’s audit and assurance team. The organisation also participates in the Exclusive Not-for-Profit Group (ENFP).

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Our People


Troy Jackson

Business Advisory Services


Troy has nearly 20 years of accounting experience. He provides business advisory and taxation services to small and medium-sized enterprises across a wide range of industries, both locally and internationally. He has a particular focus on property, construction and hospitality.


Mark Peters

Audit & Assurance


As a former director of audit with Victorian Auditor-General’s Department, and with time spent overseas with the United Kingdom’s National Audit Office, Mark’s professional career has seen him privy to the rare and invaluable kind of experience that can only be gained through holding senior public sector positions that call upon the highest levels of probity. Mark’s breadth of experience has allowed him to also advise on risk analysis and profiling, corporate governance, performance audit and evaluation, and operational reviews of varying size and complexity.


Ben Fock

Business Advisory Services, Audit & Assurance


Ben manages a number of large audit and business advisory clients. Based in the Wollongong firm, he believes in a hands-on approach to his work. As such, he specialises in industries in which he has attained relevant skills and knowledge. Ben has been closely involved with and supported the Wollongong City Surf Lifesaving Club and other local community organisations.


Chew Mar

Restructuring & Risk Advisory


Chew is the head of Restructuring and Risk Advisory in Brisbane. He is a dually qualified chartered accountant and solicitor with over 18 years’ experience in multi-jurisdictional corporate restructuring and recovery, cross-border international financing and advisory transactions in Australia, Asia and Europe.


Brian Sully

Business Advisory Services, Superannuation


Brian is a business advisory specialist servicing small and medium businesses as well as professional services firms across a range of industries. He is widely acknowledged for his expertise in the medical and allied health sector. He has formally held roles as an ASIC registered company auditor, local government auditor and forensic accountant. With this experience, Brian has gained exposure to a wide range of operating businesses and regulatory reporting environments.


Greg Quin

Business Recovery & Insolvency

Perth (Insolvency WA)

Greg Quin is a director at HLB Mann Judd (Insolvency WA) with over eight years of corporate and personal insolvency experience. He primarily specialises in voluntary administrations, creditors’ voluntary liquidations and bankruptcies.

Insights & News

REPORT: 2018 IPO Watch Mid-Year Report

It has been a positive start to the year for the Australian IPO market according to HLB Mann Judd’s 2018 IPO Watch Mid-Year Report. Although the 2018 market experienced a slower start to the year when compared to 2017, it has still outperformed the previous five-year average.
2018 IPO Watch Mid-Year Report

REPORT: 2018 Freight Forwarding & Customs Broking industry snapshot

This is the second International Freight Forwarding & Customs Broking industry snapshot released by HLB Mann Judd in conjunction with The Australian Federation of International Forwarders and The Front-Line Group.
2018 Freight Forwarding & Customs Broking industry snapshot


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