Our Expertise

We have extensive experience in assisting with matters for settlement of Relationship Property and providing the necessary “Expert Evidence” required.
Relationship Property
Tony has presented expert testimony in the Family Court in both New Zealand and in New South Wales.
Forensic Accounting
“Forensic Accounting”, provides an accounting analysis that is suitable to the court which will form the basis for discussion, debate and ultimately dispute resolution.
Business & Share Valuations
A formal business valuation can be helpful to existing or potential business owners for a number of reasons, including buy-sell negotiations.
Litigation Support” provides assistance of an accounting nature in a matter involving existing or pending litigation.
Litigation Support
It deals primarily with issues related to the quantification of economic damages. A litigation support assignment generally involves the calculation of loss resulting from a breach of contract, misrepresentation or some other “complained of conduct”.
Due Diligence encompasses both “Vendor” and “Buyer” due diligence.
Due Diligence
We are able to assist with the “Financial” aspect of due diligence.
Valuation of Intellectual Property
When undertaking a valuation of a business, the value of IP is often buried in the global catch-all intangible asset value referred to as “goodwill”.

About Tony

Tony’s professional work includes more than 25 years experience as a chartered accountant in New Zealand and Australia. During this time, he established successful practices in the Bay of Islands and Auckland, providing accounting and taxation services to individuals and companies involved in a broad range of industries.

Tony completed an MBA at Auckland University in 1993 after which his focus became more involved in forensic accounting and business and share valuations including for family law matters. Since 2001, he has been totally involved in this aspect of Chartered Accounting which includes three years in Sydney with Horwath (NSW) Pty Limited’s Corporate and Forensic Accounting Services division. In 2005, Tony returned to New Zealand and took up a position with Horwath Porter Wigglesworth (HPW). HPW and WHK merged in 2007. Tony remained in WHK’s Corporate Finance team until 2012.