George is a Director in KPMG’s Forensic practice in Australia with considerable experience across many businesses with significant exposure to retail, manufacturing, mining, property and professional services sectors. He has prepared independent expert reports in a large number of legal proceedings and has provided advice to litigating parties, assisting them in assessing the merits of their damages claims or critiquing the opposing party’s damages claims.
George prepares valuations of businesses, shares, intangible assets and options for disputes between shareholders, dissolution of joint family interests, fair/market value on disposal, taxation requirements, value of businesses for security purposes and compulsory acquisitions. He has conducted financial reconstructions and analysis from source records, reviews of large financial misstatements and allegations of misappropriation and misuse of clients’ funds, collation and analysis of financial records to assist clients’ compliance with regulator enquiries, adequacy and accounting procedure review in matters of claimed professional negligence and regulator assistance with the financial analysis relating to fraud and criminal prosecutions and evasion of taxes. George has assisted in many pre-lend and pre-contractual engagements reviewing material exposures for clients prior to the execution of contracts.
Bachelor of Economics, Monash University
Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance, FINSIA
Chartered Accountant – Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia
Licensed Private Investigator
Member of Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association
Member of the Australian Institute of Professional Investigators
Senior Associate of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia