McGrathNicol New Zealand is an independent company affiliated with McGrathNicol Australia. Further details can be found in our Legal Statement.
Peter is Executive Chairman of McGrathNicol. He has specialised in corporate recovery for over 20 years, with extensive experience in both restructuring and insolvency, having led a number of very large and complex engagements.
Jamie is Managing Partner of McGrathNicol. He has specialist experience in corporate recovery and restructuring engagements across a variety of industries. He has developed particular experience in large complex trading receiverships and voluntary administrations.
David joined McGrathNicol in 2006. He specialises in providing transactions advice to private equity and corporate clients on both the buy and sell-side of transactions.
William is a foundation partner of McGrathNicol and is managing partner of the New Zealand firm. William originally joined KPMG New Zealand in 2002 from the UK, where he had 10 years corporate advisory and corporate recovery experience with PwC in London. This included a secondment to a major UK clearing bank in its workouts team.
Andrew is a foundation employee of McGrathNicol. He has 18 years experience managing large, complex and cross-border assignments, including restructuring, due diligence, valuation, divestment and insolvency roles.
Since joining McGrathNicol in 2006 (returning from a long term restructuring secondment to London), Rob has worked on many of the firms largest and most complex investigating accountant assignments on behalf of both corporates and financiers alike.
Matthew specialises in restructuring and insolvency and has substantial leadership experience across many high profile, complex, advisory, restructuring and insolvency engagements.
Anthony has over 19 years experience in Advisory services and Corporate Recovery and has been with McGrathNicol since its commencement in 2004.
Graham has over 23 years experience in advisory, restructuring and insolvency. He has extensive experience in large-scale formal insolvencies in Europe and Australasia across a wide variety of industry sectors.